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James Bonner

Software entrepreneur
“Our company takes video game technology and applies it in other domains, like health and education.”

Glen Charlton

Technical support engineer
"I get to work on top athlete monitoring systems AND help some of the world’s biggest sporting clubs."

Peter Marshall

Honours student
“It’s about optimising programs for speed and memory efficiency.”

Kerrie Mengersen

Statistician
“It’s wonderful solving challenges using stats and computer science.”

Lily Xia

Software Engineer
"What gets me up each day is the chance to create something out of nothing."

James McGill

Computer engineer
“If you love what you do, it’s much easier to be successful.”

Elwyn Campbell

Programmer
“I always enjoyed making things and understanding why they worked”

Carolyn McGregor

Data analyst
"It can be very much a people oriented job"

Alice Boxhall

Software engineer
"I know programmers who wear dresses and high heels to work every day."

Christine Soriano

Googler
“I love finding and creating ways of using technology to help us live our lives.”

A guide on changing preferences for Australian universities

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If exam stress meant you didn’t have your head on straight while choosing your uni preferences, we’ve got good news: it’s ok to change your mind, and changing preferences at this stage could mean studying your perfect degree. Here's how to do it.

Virtual reality is revolutionising remote mental health care

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Virtual reality (VR) may pave the way for myriad new opportunities.

Fighting antibiotic resistance is a full time STEM job

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The war against antibiotic resistance requires some serious revision, says Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2009) laureate Ada Yonath.