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Michelle Sexton

Environmental advisor
Michelle Sexton is an environmental advisor and outdoor drone pilot

Claire Chaikin-Bryan

Civil and environmental engineer
An engineer with a knack for coding, Claire Chaikin-Bryan is using her STEM skills to make communities more liveable.

Mary Poniard

Biomedical engineer
Biomedical engineer Mary Poniard is making sure 2000 new ventilators for Australian intensive care wards are ready to care for COVID-19 patients.

Mat Bowtell

Industrial engineer
Industrial engineer Mat Bowtell is using his engineering skills to help others.

Huy Nguyen

Systems and humanitarian engineer
Huy Nguyen is using his skills and qualifications to improve lives and wellbeing. 

Cody Coleman

Undergraduate engineer
Cody Coleman grew up in Perth and identifies as Wadjak-Pinjarra. A curtin University engineering student, he works summers as a chemical engineer at energy company Chevron.

Mark Henaway

Electrical engineer
Music first sparked Mark Henaway’s interest in engineering, and led to a successful, diverse career.

Nima Sherpa

Space mining expert
Nima Sherpa took a leap and moved from the US to Australia, where her career in the resources industry took off. Now she’s set her sights out of this world.

Iftekhar Ahmad

Communications engineer
Associate Professor Iftekhar Ahmad communicationS engineer researching how to connect is a the cities of the future – without costing the Earth.

Genevieve De Michele

Civil engineer
Civil and construction engineer Genevieve De Michele loves seeing her work in the real world everyday.

Claire Morphett

Undergraduate engineer
Engineering student Claire Morphett has combined her two passions – engineering and medicine – to create her own epic pathway.

Sunny Forsyth

CEO
Australian National University (ANU) grad Sunny Forsyth is CEO of Abundant Water, a social enterprise that helps remote communities access clean drinking water.

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Making the leap from school to uni is exciting but can be a steep learning curve. To help you get into the swing of things, we’ve put together this handy guide.

Extreme close-ups: Microscopic clips to make you squirm

The Nikon Small World in Motion competition is hands down the coolest comp in science.

Secure a next-gen science career: live webinar recording

Hear from three real-life STEM professionals busting myths and swapping pathway stories.