3 reasons you shouldn’t skip virtual Open Week

University of Newcastle environmental engineering student shares his top 3 reasons you shouldn't skip Open Week just because it's virtual.

Anxious about speaking in online STEM lessons? Here are 7 tips...

Many people feel some form of anxiety when speaking in front of others. That includes taking part in video hook-ups for work or study thanks to coronavirus restrictions.

IT jobs are on the rise ­– but not the ones...

While competition for jobs has doubled since COVID-19 kicked off, information technology gigs are back in demand.

First-ever student-built rocket to launch next year

Students from the University of Queensland (UQ) could become the first to fly a student-built rocket into space next year.

Want 100 free magazines for your school? Order yours today!

Australian and New Zealand high schools can order up to 100 free copies of Careers with STEM: Technology magazine.

How to become an engineer: Live webinar recording

So you want to become an engineer? In this live webinar recording, Careers with STEM co-founder and journalist Heather Catchpole online speed tests the latest edition of Careers with STEM: Engineering and talks to three engineers working on some fascinating challenges and learns about how they got involved in their careers.

National student hackathon winners buoyed up with success

Tassie team takes out inaugural ANSTO hackathon with cool buoy ocean energy prototype that generates renewable energy from the sea.

4 quick quizzes any wannabe engineer should take

Thinking about studying engineering? These quick quizzes should help narrow down your options.

Why study STEM at university?

Six reasons why you should study tertiary science, tech, engineering or maths.

Group project goals! How citizen science is key to our bushfire...

This National Science Week, Chief Scientist Alan Finkel reflects on the growing value of citizen science, emphasising the need for more collaboration as we deal with an evolving climate.

Making National Science Week inclusive: Empowering STEM students with disabilities

This National Science Week, those traditionally excluded from engagement STEM activities will have the opportunity to independently participate remotely.