Science & Technology Australia welcomes diversity in STEM draft recommendations and backs draft proposals to create a Diversity in STEM Council
TDMN, a technology startup, has teamed with CSIRO’s Generation STEM Links to offer students a hands-on internship.
Cybernetics is a type of engineering study exploring big dynamic systems, like the internet, the environment, governments, cultures and even our own bodies. It is also about building new systems that bring together people, technology and the environment.
The Board of Directors of CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, has appointed Professor Doug Hilton, AO, as Chief Executive, commencing on 29 September 2023.
Women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and maths are still fighting an uphill battle in Australian workplaces, despite a spike in girls studying STEM subjects in schools and universities.
CSIRO is developing partnerships with businesses and universities to fund up to 195 university student scholarships for the Next Generation Graduates programs.
Making the transition to a role in industry can be challenging. This PhD graduate shares her career journey from academia to the pharmaceutical industry.
Five Australian experts will address the gender gap at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Sydney in November.
The latest snapshot highlighted the twin tasks of further widening the pipeline of women into STEM and supporting women to thrive and progress into leadership roles in the STEM workforce.
This forum, hosted by the Australian Council of Deans of Science, will explore collaborative organisational initiatives occurring at a different scale from institutions
“My most satisfying job is helping to ensure that Australia understands its own national minerals inventory.”
The Hatchery’s Public Sector Women in STEM Leadership Summit is running virtually this September.
The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering to elevate women’s leadership in STEM with $41.2 million investment by the Australian Government.
Women in STEMM Australia appoints two exceptional leaders, Professor Madhu Bhaskaran and Sarah Chapman, to replace outgoing co-chair and co-founder, Michelle Gallaher, who has now completed her term.
Best practice includes reaching out to girls early, recruiting strategically into undergraduate degrees and facilitating positive and inclusive experiences.
The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are Australia’s most prestigious awards for outstanding achievements in scientific research, research-based innovation, and excellence in science teaching.
Tower’s background in pharmacology and immunology landed her a place in the CSL Graduate Program, based at Seqirus, CSL’s vaccine-manufacturing business.
New report: COVID-19 has exacerbated gender inequity in the STEM workforce across the Asia Pacific
NUW Alliance recently launched its Multiversity program of specialist technology courses, designed and delivered with TAFE NSW and industry, to drive job creation and upskilling at Bradfield in western Sydney.
Each year the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) recognises outstanding senior and emerging innovators with national awards.
Ellume’s Cinderella story of business success had its beginnings in university science.
Dr Afsaneh Khansari is a synthetic chemist working at the forefront of molecular engineering, developing new seaweed-based biomaterials.
Innovative women in AI (artificial intelligence) and data science from Australia and New Zealand are being recognised at the first ever event in Sydney.
The Australian Academy of Science along with the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER), congratulates the 26 recipients of the Regional Collaborations Programme COVID-19 Digital Grants.