From bee breathalysers that detect disease to AI chatbots battling body image disorders, these early career researchers are thinking big.
Increased diversity in the boardroom is critical to innovation, says CRC Association CEO Tony Peacock.
Karen Rouse leads a national effort to take valuable water research from university science to industry and end users.
Industry Minister, the Hon Karen Andrews, MP formally launched the 5th Careers with STEM: Code magazine on 2 November.
Careers with STEM: Code magazine celebrates its fifth birthday alongside a timely Cybersecurity special.
Australia’s national science agency has appointed Dr Cathy Foley to the position of CSIRO Chief Scientist.
A Mitchell Institute education report reveals Australian schools lack industry connections.
A STEM-enabled workforce needs to expand to support the production and maintenance of submarines, ships, armoured vehicles and Defence infrastructure.
“Without that opportunity to get in front of a Parliamentarian to share my excitement and passion for my work, that may not have happened.”
There’s a critical need to drive STEM careers to improve our Defence Force. Military jobs now include drones and science, not just frontline defence.
The Superstars of STEM is a collective of female mentors working in business, science, and tech, breaking the mould of what STEM careers should look like.
The winners of the 2017 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science were announced this week – and here they are!
There is a long way to go to get to gender equity in one of the most inequitable fields of employment in Australia.
Australia’s Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science has just announced the group of women chosen to be Australia’s first Superstars of STEM.
CRCs are leading the way in introducing PhD students to a career in industry with targeted placement programs and projects.
The winner of the Showcasing Early Career Researchers Competition was announced at the CRCA’s 2017 Collaborate Innovate conference.
Smaller than a postage stamp and covered in vaccine-coated microscopic projections, the Nanopatch promises to save millions of lives.
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?
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.
Researchers often underestimate the impact that their knowledge and projects can have, says former SmP delegate, Dr Anne-Sophie Dielen.
‘When a STEM work experience student came knocking on gemaker’s door, accepting her came with a warning – we don’t do boring.’
Jo Stewart-Rattray, Board Director of ISACA and Director of Information Security at BRM Holdich, offers a multifaceted approach for developing women leaders in STEM.
Dr Melina Georgousakis tells the story behind founding Franklin Women, Australia’s only network for women working in health research.