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Avalon Martinkus

Quantitative Analyst
Businesses are looking for maths experts like Avalon Martinkus to help them assess the risk of climate change.

Natalie Thamwattana

Mathematics Professor
Maths just clicked for one girl in rural Thailand. Now Natalie Thamwattana is a world-leading researcher in nanotech.

Isabelle Greco

Maths undergraduate
Realising that she could study just maths has opened up a world of possibilities for Isabelle Greco.

Chrisnel Tiglao

Software QA Engineer
Chrisnel Taglao is a software engineer working on cool new tech to help streamline our wallets.

Jenice Aira Taguiam

Optimisation officer
Jenice has always loved maths, now she's using her skills to digitally transform one of the Philippines' biggest banks.

Donna Stace

Maintenance Supervisor and Diversity Pathways Project Lead
Donna Stace is proof that you don’t have to go to university to kickstart an awesome career in STEM.

Yvette Watson

Technical Architect, Microsoft
Yvette has been into tech and computers as long as she can remember. Now she's helping Filipino businesses work remotely.

Cheena Yadav

University of Newcastle student ambassador
Cheena is studying a Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering at the University of Newcastle while helping future students decide on which path is right for them. 

Dr Nicola Angel

Laboratory Operations Manager
Nicola is the Laboratory Operations Manager for Brisbane-based Microba’s production laboratory and NATA accredited clinical test.

Reina Reyes

Data scientist
Philippines-based Reina leads a team of data scientists and engineers to develop analytics solutions for businesses.

Areej Alsheikh

Bioinformatician
Bioinformatician Areej Alsheikh has always been interested in logic and analytical thinking, which led her down the career path of biology and microbial genomics

Laura Clemente

Materials engineer
We spoke to Filipina engineer Laura Clemente about her work, her challenges and her words of advice

Talented, much? This year’s Eureka Prize winners are next level

The 2020 Australian Museum Eureka Prize winners have been announced in a live, virtual awards show broadcast from the Australian Museum.

STEM education survey: Have your say!

The survey is aimed at educators, parents and any STEM-interested people. This is your chance to make your voice heard on issues related to STEM education and STEM careers.

It’s time to make choices – and we’ve got you sorted!

It's hard to believe, but 2020 is actually coming to a close (insert all of the celebration...