Oh, the places you’ll go (with CSIRO)!
Samson Rogers invented a robot that sorts e-waste, won awards and presented at international conferences. But the real kicker? He’s still at high school.
From curious child to STEM Leader: Lessons from Veena Nair’s Journey
Meet Veena Nair: STEM education leader and winner of the 2022 Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools.
Big prizes prepare schoolkids for life’s big challenges
Our STEM Together Future Shapers program is offering Year 5-10 students and their supporters the opportunity of a lifetime.
Pathways to quantum careers
Building a career in quantum isn't without its challenges. Here's how these three women found a way.
From classroom to the real-world: The value of inquiry-based learning
Inquiry-based learning is one of the most effective ways to engage students in STEM. Our STEM Community Partnerships Program is making it real for high school students.
Aim for the stars: Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy
The Young Indigenous Women's STEM Academy gives Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women the tools to succeed in a science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) career.
Let’s hear it for the girls in science
The future of science is in good hands with these girls on our side.
An engineering internship to inspire the next generation
Final year university student Jasmin Bradshaw and Head of Design + Industry Newcastle, John Lancken, share why businesses must invest in the next generation.
Oodles of oobleck excites students about STEM in schools
Science can be surprising (and squelchy), especially when there's a tonne of oobleck about.
Supporting the next science rock stars
Students from the Pia Wadjarri Remote Community School visited Perth for some science fun!
Meet Damien Belobrajdic: Nourishing science in schools
This STEM professional thinks the key to encouraging science in schools might lie with samples of exotic poo and 10-year-old doughnuts.