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Careers with maths – advice from the IAG Perils team

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The IAG Perils team share their STEM experiences with us, including why they think maths is super important!

Teaching the beauty, power and usefulness of maths

Associate Professor Steve Sugden teaching in class
Semi-retired, Associate Professor Steve Sugden has spent a varied career working in both industry and academia, but his greatest passion has been in teaching maths to others and connecting what is in the textbook with applications in the real world. “The satisfaction of solving a difficult problem using mathematical reasoning is hard to beat.” Steve’s passion for maths has served him...

Meet the Bragg Prize 2021 judges

Bragg Prize 2021 Judges
Aspiring to be a writer? Get your thinking caps on now! The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing 2021 opens for entries April 20. Below, we list this year's five judges to tell you a little bit about them. Corey Tutt Proud Kamilaroi man Corey Tutt is the CEO and founder of DeadlyScience, which gathers donations of science resources and...

Quiz: What’s your science career?

Careers in science
From astrophysicist to zoologist, there's a whole A-Z of science careers out there. This quiz will help you find your perfect fit.

Quiz: What’s your artificial intelligence job?

Artificial intelligence job
Are you a data scientist, robotics engineer or machine learning engineer? Find out what your AI job is here!

Space + agriculture: bringing space jobs down to Earth

Space and agriculture
There’s more to a food and farming career than studying soil and crops. Next-gen farming smarts are needed in out-of-this-world industries, like space.

Spearheading science at Townsville High School

Students investigating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tools
Year 7 students at Townsville State High School have been investigating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tools, using high-level science inquiry skills to examine the advantage spear throwers give in survival. As a part of their science unit on physics and levers, students are learning from cultural expert Les Tanner. With their science teacher Braden Askin, they have been undertaking...

Landing a gig at Google

Tamina Pitt - Landing a gig at Google
Tamina Pitt is a Wuthathi and Meriam woman working to make Google Maps easy to use.

Coming soon: UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing 2021

UNSW Students Bragg Prize
Get excited and mark your diaries! The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing 2021 goes live on April 20.

Five awesome science videos for April fools day

April fools day image
The big day for pranksters and mischievous people all around the world has arrived! April Fools’ Day, also called All Fools’ Day, encourages you to plan and think about fun and practical jokes to trick your friends and have a bit of laugh in the process. Check out these five really fun April Fools' Day videos to get inspiration for...

7 things you need to know about working in tech

Maru Nihoniho - working in tech
Wanna work in the tech industry? Check out these insider deets from the pros who are doing just that.

Women in AI and Data Science awards

Women in AI 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.

Careers with maths – advice from the IAG Perils team

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The IAG Perils team share their STEM experiences with us, including why they think maths is super important!

Teaching the beauty, power and usefulness of maths

Associate Professor Steve Sugden teaching in class
Semi-retired, Associate Professor Steve Sugden has spent a varied career working in both industry and academia, but...

Meet the Bragg Prize 2021 judges

Bragg Prize 2021 Judges
Aspiring to be a writer? Get your thinking caps on now! The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for...