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Sophie Ritchie

Social Impacter
Sophie Ritchie chose economics as a vehicle for social impact.

Naomi Paxton

Biofabrication Scholar
QUT PhD candidate Naomi Paxton is confident that biofabrication will soon be revolutionising standard medical practice.

Stephanie Kovalchik

Sports statistics star
Senior data scientist for Tennis Australia, Stephanie Kovalchik has aced her career goals by combining her love of tennis with sports statistics.

Joanna Aldridge

Climate informatics manager
Climage informatics research manager Joanna Aldridge uses maths and data analytics to tackle climate change.

Dr Kudzai Kanhutu

Health Data Hero
Dr Kudzai Kanhutu is crunching health data to help people from all over receive medical treatment.

Yemi Penn

Rail project entrepreneur
Entrepreneur Yemi Penn has worked on all things rail-related in a variety of non-traditional engineering roles.

Zoya Dhillon

Economist
Zoya took a chance in studying an economics degree – and it's definitely paid off in her career as a senior analyst in financial stability at the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Dr Emi Tanaka

Agricultural statistician
Emi Tanaka, lecturer and researcher at the University of Sydney, secured a rewarding career combining agricultural statistics and education

Lily Serna

Data star
Mathematician and TV presenter Lily Serna is a numbers whiz who makes maths accessible to everyone.

Dr Emma Camp

Super coral researcher
Dr Emma Camp is an award-winning early career researcher at UTS studying how "super coral" survives.

Lizzy Clarkson

Macquarie University STEM ambassador
Lizzy Clarkson is studying Macquarie Uni’s employability-focused Bachelor of Science degree, and demonstrating all the awesome opportunities that come with it.

Catherine Isaac

Mechanical Engineer at Cochlear
Catherine Isaac is a mechanical engineer working to develop a new and improved cochlear implant.

Top 10 Google Doodles celebrating STEM

Our pick of the best Google Doodles celebrating the achievements of science, maths and tech!

Climate and moon landing conspiracy theories debunked

moon landing conspiracy
We're revisiting popular science and moon landing conspiracy theories to find out what they can tell us about scientific evidence and critical thinking.

Taronga to focus on conservation and science at this year’s Vivid Sydney festival

Vivid Sydney
Vivid Sydney and Taronga Zoo will be shining a light on the wonders of wildlife and endangered animals with Lights for the Wild.