Creating the life-saving Nanopatch

Smaller than a postage stamp and covered in vaccine-coated microscopic projections, the Nanopatch promises to save millions of lives.

Have your call to action ready

Science meets Parliament opened up a whole new world of science advocacy for Dr Krystal Evans, CEO of the Biomelbourne Network. So how did she make herself heard?

Make your expertise available

For medical researcher Dr Darren Saunders, seeing the workings of government up close was an eye-opening experience and a catalyst for getting involved in science policy.

Dare to talk about your ideas

Researchers often underestimate the impact that their knowledge and projects can have, says former SmP delegate, Dr Anne-Sophie Dielen.

Biosensors to shield against deadly epidemics

Near the height of the Zika virus outbreak, Associate Professor Joanne Macdonald started developing portable diagnostic technologies to save lives.

Women’s network supports health and medical researchers

Dr Melina Georgousakis tells the story behind founding Franklin Women, Australia’s only network for women working in health research.

Blueprints to a collaboration boom

Dr Robin Knight, Director of UK-based collaboration platform IN-PART, shares what Australia and the UK can learn from each other when it comes to commercialisation.

L’Oréal Women in Science 2016

Meet the winners of the 2016 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science fellowships.

“Healthcare is not a system”

Paul Nicolarakis, CEO of the CRC spin-off Lorica Health, explains their business model in a five minute pitch made at the 2016 Tech23 event.

Remote Research Ranges: a startup story

An interview with Dr Catherine Ball, CEO and Founder of one of Australia’s most innovative environmental services startups.

What’s your story?

Inspiring Australia’s Jackie Randles explores the how and why behind sharing your journey as a researcher.

Biophotonics pioneer

Professor Dayong Jin from the University of Technology, Sydney is harnessing light to revolutionise the future of medicine.

NASA’s Women in STEM

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

Australia’s most innovative women engineers

Meet the women from the group of outstanding professionals who were awarded ‘Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers 2016’ in Engineer Australia’s magazine, create.

Fighting poverty and championing equality

Laura Boykin is using science to help farmers in East Africa fight the devastating effects of whiteflies on cassava crops.

Thrill of discovery

Biochemist and passionate supporter of gender equality in science, Marilyn Anderson, challenges the norm.

Women in STEM: Mathilde Desselle

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

Top 25 leaders: Darren Kelly

The founder, CEO and director of Fibrotech Therapeutics shares the key drivers to biotechnology startups.

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.

Text mining gold

Discovering hidden connections in the mass of scientific data on the web will become easier – thanks to Karin Verspoor.

Marine ecosystem impacts

Changing biodiversity patterns and its effects on fisheries are one of the less well know marine ecosystem impacts, according to marine ecologist Dr Adriana Vergés.

Extreme researcher

Heatwaves are predicted to increase in intensity and frequency according to climate change expert Dr Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.

Bioinformatician on the move

Bioinformatician Harriet Dashnow investigates how mutations in the human genome can lead to genetic disorders.

Winning the space race

First Australian scientist and first woman to lead project team for life on Mars, Dr Abigail Allwood, returns home to share her research and work with NASA.