The University of Newcastle Science degrees mean you can become whatever type of scientist you like. Get your career inspiration right here, with the 10 different types of scientists you could become.
Get job-ready with the new Macquarie University Engineering courses and revamped facilities – it’s all about making engineering not just more fun, but more focussed on getting students career-ready at the end of their degree.
The National Questacon Invention Convention is an all-expenses paid, five-day workshop in Canberra for budding young inventors and innovators!
Redefine what’s possible in your career with the University of Sydney Engineering and IT degrees. You could break new ground in cancer research, like PhD student Bala Shammugasamy who is engineering orange peel supplements for cancer patients in remission!
Have you ever wondered which popular smart phone app is most like you? Okay… maybe you’ve never even thought about it until now! This app quiz will answer the age old question, which app are you?
This entrepreneurship quiz for students will tell you if you’ve got the determination of a future entrepreneur, or if you’re in for a nine-to-five instead.
This chemical reactions quiz ain’t your usual chemistry test! Find out which fiery, bubbly or messy chemical reaction you are, and what it says about your personality.
Participation ribbons and ‘A for effort’ medals are teaching today’s young people to fear failure… and that’s doing us way more harm than good.
Careers in science aren’t always about research. Find out what a career in science communication looks like with the Questacon Smart Skills Initiative!
Universal design has the power to transform our tech for the better. It’s ensuring tech products are designed with the accessibility of all users and all abilities in mind.
Fearing career failure? We spoke to 8 successful career people to discover their biggest failure in life, in their careers or at school. Tune in for the valuable lessons we learned from their failures.
F1 in Schools 2018 saw students using STEM skills to design, build and race cars just like the real deal in Formula One racing. Here’s all the winners and grinners from this year’s competition, and info on how you can get involved.
Win big with our littleBits competition and you could be building your very own droid with the littleBits droid kit! Enter today.
Ashley Noesjirwan of Randwick Public School impressed the crowd at the Number Crunchers Competition by reciting pi to over 800 decimal places!