Celebrating the ‘S’ in STEM with our science magazine
Science has headed towards a crucial direction post-2020. As we face challenges from climate change to a global pandemic, the critical role of science and science professionals is clearer than ever. There’s never been a better time to find out where a science career can take you – and #spoilers, it’s not the lab!
Last year, the Australian government explicitly highlighted STEM degrees as a priority based on industry demand, with new incentives for students to choose this pathway. This issue will be guiding us through those pathways with a new lens.
In this science 2021 magazine, you will meet scientists solving pressing global challenges and contributing to a prosperous economy. There will be profiles on creative professionals in innovation, entrepreneurship and industry collaboration.
Science is a great way to follow your passion. It could be food, or animals, starting a business, or improving your health and fitness. There is a science career that combines STEM with your passion waiting for you.
REGISTER here for the careers with STEM: Science webinar at 12PM (ESDT), 17 Feb 2021
Flip the magazine over for a very first, 10-page future-focussed Space section. This section showcases a variety of jobs in the space sector. We talk about jobs in space law and space medicine. The issue highlights people working within space careers with a variety of expertise in manufacturing, coding, research and communication.
Two copies of Careers with STEM: Science 2021 + Space issue will be delivered free to every secondary school and university in Australia for Term 1.
REGISTER here for the careers with STEM: Space webinar at 12PM (ESDT), 24 February 2021
Author: Dr Astha Singh
Astha is the Managing Editor at Refraction Media. She is a STEM Marketer and holds a Honors, Masters & PhD degree in Science. She has been producing STEM marketing content for over 10 years and is an avid advocate of Diversity in the STEM industry.