Top ten articles of 2017


Before we send off the new year…

We’ve rounded up a list of the most popular posts of 2017. Take a look back through the archives and re-read the articles you loved!

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1. Six reasons why engineering is the best degree you can choose

Solving global problems and landing a sizzling salary are just some of the reasons being an engineer is awesome!

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2. Seven amazing engineering careers

You already know why, now you choose which engineering career is for you. All the hard work’s already been done!

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3. Imperfect produce and the war on waste

Misshapen oranges and wonky carrots deserve love too! Read UNSW Bragg Prize winner Sam Jones’ essay on why we should wage the war on waste!

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4. Big data leads to big careers

Big data is the upcoming career area you need to know now. Here’s why.

5. Robots do our dirty work

Be the brains behind the new smart robots cleaning our streets and sewers. Discover a career in mechatronic engineering!

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6. Coding for feminism

Challenging the tampon taboo are two girls from Girls Who Code, they made an app that fights bad guys with tampons for bullets!

7. Maths skills are essential for a data driven future

By popular demand UNSW added a new degree to their Maths faculty. See why good old maths skills are here to stay!

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8. Commbank innovation labs

Commbank’s game-changing innovation labs are turning the ideas of tomorrow to realities!

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9. Maori students explore careers in STEM

The Amua Ao program is pioneering cutting-edge explorations of tech careers for Maori kids.

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10. Maths in conservation careers

Maths and conservation careers… come again? Finding your niche between the two is easier than you might think!

Eliza Brockwell

Author: Eliza Brockwell

Eliza is passionate about creating content that encourages diversity of representation in STEM.


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