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.
Meet the winners of the 2016 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science fellowships.
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.
Following the launch of Careers with Code in the USA last month, the Australian-made computer science guide has just arrived in schools around New Zealand.
Australian scientists join an international group travelling to Antarctica to raise the voice of women working towards global sustainability.
The world’s first Technology Transfer Professional (TTP) Capability Framework has been developed to help TTPs take research to market more effectively.
Captain Mona Shindy describes her journey as a pioneer in the Royal Australian Navy.
Dr Saraid Billiards of the NHMRC sheds light on funding reforms that are vital to the retention and progression of women in STEM.
The University of Newcastle’s Dr Nikola Bowden addresses misconceptions about the biggest issues for women in STEM.
Meet the winners of the 2016 Eureka Prizes, which showcase the best advancements in Australian science, technology and innovation.
Industry leaders at the national Women in STEM Leadership Summit discuss how to maintain work-life balance and incorporate important breaks into a successful STEM career.
Founder and Managing Director of gemaker, Natalie Chapman, explores the common perception of research commercialisation as ‘the dark side of the force’.
Australia’s academic and industry leaders call the Grattan Institute’s Mapping Higher Education Report “near-sighted” in its assessment of science graduate employability.
Professor Dayong Jin from the University of Technology, Sydney is harnessing light to revolutionise the future of medicine.
Australia’s thought leaders reveal what makes graduates invaluable to organisational success, and how to stand out in the race for future jobs.
Stephanie Borgman, the head of staffing programs at Google, explains how internships offer mutual opportunities for students and businesses.
Venture capital investor and company director Andrew Coppin looks at the changing demographic of founders in today’s startup scene.
Leeanne Bond reveals how thinking like an engineer can make a world of difference in business.
UTS Vice-Chancellor Attila Brungs sheds light on how we can equip graduates with the right skills to compete in a changing global market.