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How Singapore has become a world leader in STEM Education

Singapore is leading the way in STEM education and Australia is listening. 

QUIZ: Which social media platform should you become an Internet STEM star on?

If you're keen to share your STEM smarts – and selfies – with the world, this quiz is for you. 

5 STEM-themed TikTok accounts worth a follow

We’ve popped together a list of the best science, tech, engineering and maths accounts to follow.

The lowdown on O-Week

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Tempted to give O-Week a miss? It's a vital introduction to the high-school/uni transition. Don't be a dummy and miss out, here's why you need to go!

Coronavirus quarantine could spark an online learning boom

Institutions around the world are responding to travel bans and quarantines with a shift to online learning.

Shopping for career options? Online retail is on a roll

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Shopping for your career options? Online retail is a fast-growing field crying out for STEM skills. 

How to land a science role in the resource sector

The resources sector is a big industry in Australia and a major employer of people with science skills.

STEM teachers: here’s what you said

Last year we sent out our annual STEM Education Survey to teachers, parents and STEM-interested folk alike – and here's what you told us

Keen to cook up a food science gig? Meet three experts killing it in the field

We chat to the people behind some of the food industry's most exciting STEM gigs. 

Hungry for a career in food and farming? The STEM opportunities are endless

Here, we look at the impact of AgTech and modern production practices on traditional careers in health, nutrition, production, framing and research. 

If you’re preparing students for 21st century jobs, you’re behind the times

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There's a significant gap between teenagers' career knowledge and choices, and the reality of the rapidly changing nature of work.

Uni not for you? How to kickstart a STEM career without a degree

There are heaps of opportunities to study STEM that don’t involve a degree.

Discount to retrain in fast-growing tech industries

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Get skills to move into new high growth jobs and study discounts for unemployed workers to retrain in fast-growing tech industries.

The world’s biggest science competition goes digital

FameLab’s new digital-only format, allows you to hang out with the brightest minds in science from your living room.

Deadly Science: Indigenous STEM program for kids

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Corey Tutt, Founder of Deadly Science, a non-profit Indigenous STEM program for kids tells us what inspires him and the impact of Deadly Science in schools.