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Study reveals climate change is the most pressing issue for girls...

Australian girls and young women are passionate about leading the way to solve huge global problems.

Rise to the challenge with the ACA Schools Cyber Security Challenges

The ACA Schools Cyber Security Challenges are bringing cybersecurity into the classroom – preparing students for this fast growing, crucial field.

Students build recycling robot to wage war on waste

This month, students at Grace Lutheran College in Queensland will build a robot that encourages recycling

Creating dream machines with Macquarie and FIRST Robotics

Sarah Heimlich found a software engineering degree at Macquarie University the perfect way to pursue her love of FIRST Robotics.

Get job ready with the RMIT Bachelor of Computer Science

To design an awesome degree like the RMIT Bachelor of Computer Science, you need a passionate computer scientist like Professor John Thangarajah.

A day in the life of an ethical hacker

Trying to think like a hacker and playing Dungeons & Dragons is all in a day’s work (and play) for CBA grad Rhiannon Nee-Salvador. 

A special delivery is about to arrive at every single high...

Every high school in Australia and New Zealand will receive, free of charge, a box with 50 copies of our newest issue – Careers with STEM: Code 2019.

Winners of the 2019 UNSW Bragg Prize announced

Are fertility tracking apps backed by science? Does automation really make us safer? Are we ready for driverless cars? Find out in these prize winning student essays

The dream team: Meet three Atlassian employees killing it in tech

We hit up three tech professionals with Atlassian careers and quizzed them about their jobs. 

Does automation really make us safer?

"Errare humanem est": Winning essay for the 2019 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing by William Flintoft of Melbourne Grammar School

Driverless cars: are we there yet?

Phoebe Adams of Presbyterian Ladies College was inspired by a family tragedy to explore driverless car technology in her winning essay for the 2019 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing