NASA’s Women in STEM

They really do exist! NASA’s ‘ghostbusters’ bust myths about careers in STEM.

Graduate employment in a changing world

Australia’s thought leaders reveal what makes graduates invaluable to organisational success, and how to stand out in the race for future jobs.

The value of Google interns

Stephanie Borgman, the head of staffing programs at Google, explains how internships offer mutual opportunities for students and businesses.

Founders fuelled by STEM

Venture capital investor and company director Andrew Coppin looks at the changing demographic of founders in today’s startup scene.

Engineering careers in business

Leeanne Bond reveals how thinking like an engineer can make a world of difference in business.

Preparing graduates for the future of work

UTS Vice-Chancellor Attila Brungs sheds light on how we can equip graduates with the right skills to compete in a changing global market.

Building STEM skills

Tanya Monro, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation at the University of South Australia, discusses why STEM skills are key to Australia’s prosperity.

Getting into a top graduate program

Cochlear’s Chief Software Architect Victor Rodrigues reveals what makes a prospective graduate stand out.

Industry experience propels graduates

Ai Group CEO Innes Willox discusses the STEM deficit and highlights the importance of gaining industry experience while studying.

Fast-tracking women in STEM

There is a simple business case for the increased participation of women in STEM.

Innovation and commercialisation awards

Meet the three winners of the Clunies Ross Awards in these short videos from the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.

Australia’s STEM workforce

Australia’s Chief Scientist has released the first detailed analysis of Australia’s STEM workforce.

Women in STEM: Mathilde Desselle

Meet Mathilde Desselle, director of Women in Technology and programme co-ordinator at The University of Queensland.

International Women’s Day at Monash

Women from the Faculties of Engineering and IT at Monash University, speaking candidly about their experiences of academic life.

Connecting graduates with businesses

Australian companies are collaborating with early career researchers to find commercial solutions to real-life problems.

Women engineers kick-start STEMM

Monash University’s Future Women Leaders Conference addresses gender gap in research engineering.

Annual honorific awards

Innovators and leading thinkers are recognised in the Australian Academy of Science’s annual honorific awards.

Supercontinent Revolution

Professor of geology at Curtin University Dr Zheng-Xiang Li, an authority on supercontinents.

A Remarkable Career

In 2001, Simon Wilde received extensive media attention for his discovery of the oldest object ever found on Earth.

Portrait of an engineer-politician

Karen Andrews is a passionate engineer and an inspiration for future generations of engineers, scientists and mathematicians.

Immense Vision

Radio astronomer Professor Steven Tingay observes the skies using a $50 million telescope he and his team built in remote outback Western Australia.

Mosquito urban wetlands

Safer, healthier and biodiverse urban wetlands are the goal for Jayne Hanford’s PhD research.

Housing industry could save auto jobs

Growth in Australia’s modular building housing industry could save jobs from the auto manufacturing industry.

Transforming innovation in Australia

Why small business could change the innovation game.