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Livia Lam

Innovation solutions manager
Livia Lam brings people together to create smart ideas.

Sara Schaare

Software engineer
Sara Schaare uses software engineering at Google Maps to help you find your way around.

Michael Ascharsobi

Program manager
Michael uses computer science to re-imagine the way we work and help people in need.

Liz Broderick

Business and social change innovator
Liz Broderick hopes her story will help you discover your own passion.

Willem Huiskamp

Oceanographer
Willem Huiskamp has atmospheric ambition.

Nathalia Tan

Cloud computing technologist
Nathalia Tan's unique skill set helped her find the perfect job.

Rhea Barnett

Space physicist
Studying physics took Rhea Barnett on an unexpected adventure.

James Hooper

Climate change scientist
James Hooper has a passion for adventure and discovery.

Monika Markowska

Palaeo-environmental scientist
Monika Markowska explores caves to uncover clues about climate.

Rosemary Menzies

Virtual virtuoso
"To be able to manipulate technology is all the inspiration and motivation I need."

Amy Gunnell

Mechatronics engineer
QUT graduate Amy Gunnell is up for any challenge.

David Mah and Nigel Ang

Engineering entrepreneurs
Science and engineering helped this team create two successful tech companies.

Keen on applying for Uni? Here’s a list of Open Days to hit up

If you’re in Year 12 University Open Days are a great way to check out specific courses and campuses.

Kicking goals: Pathology careers in footy

There are so many exciting off-the-field medical science careers in sport, and a pathway in pathology is just one of them.  

Winning formula: How one school is using the Bragg science writing prize to challenge gifted students

Preethika Mathan and Ms Rachele Rugiero Santa Sabina College UNSW Bragg Student Prize
Santa Sabina College first entered the UNSW Bragg Prize in 2018 – coming away with the winning and a runner-up essay that year. We spoke to the teacher driving the school's participation about how they use the competition to challenge and enrich their gifted student cohort.