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What does the future hold for healthcare?
Wondering what the future of healthcare looks like? Here's what experts predicted at the 2023 Australian e-Health Research Centre annual research colloquium.
Proud to Geek Out competition
You may have spotted our 'Geek Out' T-shirts in the 2023 Mardi Gras Parade. Now we're sharing our love (of science) and giving you the chance to win one.
Meet Phoebe Readford: Protecting Australia from emerging diseases
Phoebe Readford travels far and wide to improve the biosecurity of neighbouring countries, and in turn Australia.
Pathways to quantum careers
Building a career in quantum isn't without its challenges. Here's how these three women found a way.
Reducing litter in Sydney Harbour
New technologies will be installed across Sydney Harbour under a pilot to prevent plastic pollution ending up in our oceans.
Tracing wine to vine: meet our researcher Ellyse Bunney
Ellyse Bunney is developing world-leading techniques to trace Australian wine back to its origin.
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.
Weevil genius: waging war on cabomba weed
A special weevil has been released in Queensland waterways as a biological control agent to get rid of cabomba, a fast-spreading weed wreaking havoc on our aquatic environment.
Virginia Streit and Nerissa Jones are in your corner
Virginia and Nerissa think allyship is a skill you can learn. They explain why it's important for them.
Everyday AI: How artificial intelligence is shaping sport
From assisting umpires with line calls to making sport more accessible for vision-impaired audiences, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a mainstay in the way we play, watch and manage sport.
Climate change is fuelling the rise of superbugs. What can we do to save ourselves?
Climate change is accelerating the emergence and spread of these “superbugs”, which thrive in warm, wet conditions.