Tanya Monro, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation at the University of South Australia, discusses why STEM skills are key to Australia’s prosperity.
Cochlear’s Chief Software Architect Victor Rodrigues reveals what makes a prospective graduate stand out.
Ai Group CEO Innes Willox discusses the STEM deficit and highlights the importance of gaining industry experience while studying.
Executive Director & CEO of the Australian Museum Kim McKay AO explains why it is truly a wonderful time to be working in science communication and education.
The face of business is changing, explains Robert Hillard, and it is up to STEM-skilled graduates to encourage the application of new technology to achieve great benefits for society.
Chairman of the AAMC John Pollaers, on Australia’s best lever for a thriving, high-tech manufacturing sector.
A massive funding boost will strengthen the role of biotech in our economic future, says AusBiotech CEO Dr Anna Lavelle.
From a purely engineering perspective, all real world problems are solvable, says Dr Alan Finkel AO, Australia’s Chief Scientist.
CSIRO’s Dr Cathy Foley shares a four-step plan to ready Australia for the vastly different job scene of the future.
It’s time to do things differently in Australia and be bolder in our commitment to diversity, says CEO of the BioMelbourne Network Dr Krystal Evans.
The gameplan for science, innovation and collaboration in Western Australia, according to the state’s Chief Scientist, Professor Peter Klinken.
QUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Coaldrake on remaining competitive in a knowledge-intensive global economy.
Building a highly trained STEM workforce is critical to Australia’s defence and national security, says Chief Defence Scientist, Dr Alex Zelinsky.
The innovation pathway is driven by finding new solutions to the problems we encounter every day, says Professor Fiona M Wood.