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Oliver Nicholls

Robotics for safety
Oliver Nicholls is a winner of the 2018 BHP awards and the Intel ISEF. He's improving OH&S safety and increasing accessibility for physically demanding jobs using robots.

Liam Morey

TeenAroundOz
Daring 16-year-old aviator, Liam Morey is pledging to fly himself around Australia to spread the word on STEM.

Khushi Shelat

Changemakeher
Khushi Shelat is a chief ambassador for Australian startup Changemakeher, encouraging young female entrepreneurs to foster ideas into world-impacting change.

Wayne Cawthorne

Biochemistry student
Choosing a career path hasn't been easy, but through mentorship program 'ASSETS', Wayne found his way to a love of biochemistry.

Minh Nga Nguyen

Eco-engineer
Minh Nga Nguyen is competing in the BHP awards with her bamboo biochar; a recycled water filter and renewable fertiliser

Angelina Arora

Bio-plastic inventor
At 15 years old, Angelina has already invented two types of biodegradable plastic which have seen her compete in the BHP awards.

Taj Pabari

Risk Taker
Taj Pabari is engineering a new educational tablet and passing on his entrepreneurship skills to his fellow students

Biodegradable plastics from coffee & health apps: STEM meets the design thinking process

design thinking process
From coffee cups made from biowaste and human-centric healthcare, it's all part of the design thinking process for these STEM innovators. Check out the magic that happens when STEM meets design.

Infographic: the future of the bionic body

From brain back-ups to 3D printed organs.

Eliminating e-waste: skills for a zero waste future

e-waste
New gadgets and endless upgrades mean that e-waste is becoming a big issue. Luckily, engineers and scientists are working on green manufacturing and recycling for a zero-waste future.