Thursday, October 21, 2021

Schooling STEM entrepreneurs

Move over Elon Musk, Year 8 girls in NSW’s Hunter Region are gearing up to give you some competition

How sustainable tech is creating next-gen mining careers

How do you make mining less damaging to the environment? By using clean technologies and recycling every scrap of waste you can
Australian Chief Scientist Dr Cathy Foley; Flt Lt Kate Yaxley; and Lockheed Martin Australia Chief Executive Joe North

Up close and technical with Women in AI award winner

At the Women in AI awards earlier this year, Defence expert Flt. Lt. Kate Yaxley was honoured for her achievements in Artificial Intelligence. Here...
Male teacher with mask teaching math lesson at school. Social distanting and classroom safety during coronavirus epidemic

Maths skills that add up in the health sector

Tackling infectious diseases is just one of the challenges, you can solve with a maths degree. When Jess Liebig was studying maths at RMIT, she...
Dominique Cotte

Australian cyber security industry needs you, are you ready?

The Institute of Data has just announced the launch of a new Scholarship to help people from all professional backgrounds retrain and transition into...
Women in STEM

New data reveals half of girls in Australia have never considered a STEM career

On Girls in ICT Day (April 22) the United Nations International Telecommunication Union (ITU) highlights the importance of promoting tech careers to girls in the world’s fastest growing sector
Tamina Pitt - Landing a gig at Google

Landing a gig at Google

Tamina Pitt is a Wuthathi and Meriam woman working to make Google Maps easy to use.
Women in AI awards

Women in AI and Data Science awards

Innovative women in AI (artificial intelligence) and data science from Australia and New Zealand were recognised at the first ever event in Sydney on Friday.
Karlie Noon - astronomy ambassador

A day in the life of an astronomy ambassador

Karlie Noon is an astronomy ambassador for The Sydney Observatory. She shares her STEM journey and deets about her cool job with us!
Tessa and Celeste Carnegie

STEM sisters – Tessa and Celeste Carnegie

Birrigubba Juru and South Sea Islander women Tessa and Celeste Carnegie promote the participation of women and Indigenous youth in STEM.
Woman in tech

Quiz: Which woman in tech are you?

Maybe you're Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube or Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code?
Advice from Women in STEM

Advice from women in STEM

We round up some brilliant advice from women in STEM that will be inspire you as your take your own study and career journey.

Quiz: Could you be a pen tester?

Could you be a pen tester
Keen on a career in cyber security? Find out if you've got what it takes to be a pen tester by taking this fun quiz!

Meet the undergrads studying IT for social good

Study IT
Meet two students combining their love of technology with their passion for making the world a better place

Tech support: top tips from 3 STEM grads

Liam Ridgeway - Advice from tech experts
Wise words from STEM grads who’ve started from the bottom… and now they’re here!