Biochemist and passionate supporter of gender equality in science, Marilyn Anderson, challenges the norm.
Meet Mathilde Desselle, director of Women in Technology and programme co-ordinator at The University of Queensland.
The founder, CEO and director of Fibrotech Therapeutics shares the key drivers to biotechnology startups.
Women from the Faculties of Engineering and IT at Monash University, speaking candidly about their experiences of academic life.
Discovering hidden connections in the mass of scientific data on the web will become easier – thanks to Karin Verspoor.
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.
Heatwaves are predicted to increase in intensity and frequency according to climate change expert Dr Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.
Bioinformatician Harriet Dashnow investigates how mutations in the human genome can lead to genetic disorders.
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.
Professor Zongping Shao is passionate about producing safe, reliable and sustainable vehicles.
Richard Oliver has helped secure the biggest grant in Curtin University’s history.
Much of what we know about mass extinction events is thanks to research by John Curtin Distinguished Professor Kliti Grice.
Professor of geology at Curtin University Dr Zheng-Xiang Li, an authority on supercontinents.
In 2001, Simon Wilde received extensive media attention for his discovery of the oldest object ever found on Earth.
Karen Andrews is a passionate engineer and an inspiration for future generations of engineers, scientists and mathematicians.
Radio astronomer Professor Steven Tingay observes the skies using a $50 million telescope he and his team built in remote outback Western Australia.
Safer, healthier and biodiverse urban wetlands are the goal for Jayne Hanford’s PhD research.
Australia’s top researchers are recognised at the 2015 Thomson Reuters Australian Citation & Innovation Awards.
Two researchers from Flinders University have a vision to make the world a better place, and are using STEM smarts and industry collaboration to make it a reality.
CRC Researcher Daniel Johnson is part of a team investigating the positive effects for gaming on wellbeing, writes Neha Karl.
PhD candidate Jane Kelley’s research could be a breakthrough for the dairy industry.
Dr Briony Rogers makes urban water systems more sustainable and resilient to the impacts of climate change.