More than one hundred scholarships awarded to boost diversity in STEM

The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) has announced 116 scholarships to support women and diverse people to thrive in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers.

Research to merge human brain cells with AI secures national defence funding

Monash University-led research into growing human brain cells onto silicon chips, with new continual learning capabilities to transform machine learning, has been awarded almost $600,000 AUD in the prestigious National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants Program.

STEM Jobs in Defence are not what you think: Careers with STEM: Defence magazine out now

Australia’s Chief Defence Scientist, Professor Tanya Monro AC, explores how Defence is leading the way in embracing new technologies and new ways of doing business.

Defence boosting women’s participation in key STEM programs

Defence will work towards implementing a fifty per cent target for women’s participation across key research and innovation career pathways.

UniSA welcomes female high flyers and second jetliner simulator

UniSA is celebrating the highest intake of women enrolled in its aviation programs in its history, since becoming the first university in Australasia in 1995 to offer tertiary qualifications in the sector.

Defence partner launches major engineering recruitment campaign

Australasia defence company, Babcock has launched a huge recruitment drive to fill 100 engineering roles.

Defence innovator takes out Advanced Technologies prize

NSW defence contractor wins at the Australian Export awards with a counter drone protection product.