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Four surprising proteins on the future menu
With endless possibilities for future foods, protein is changing in some delicious and interesting ways.
Everyday AI: How artificial intelligence is helping conservation
From identifying birds in the bush to helping locate destructive crown-of-thorns starfish in the Great Barrier Reef, find out how AI is being used in conservation.
The science of helping your child love vegetables
94 per cent of Australian children aged 2–17 don’t eat the daily recommended serves of veg. Here are our top five evidence-based tips for helping your children learn love them.
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.
Meet Ethan Towns: Bringing Indigenous perspectives to science
Ethan Towns on becoming the LGBTQIA+ role model he never had and infusing Indigenous science into his research.
Mardi Gras playlist: Music you can geek out to
We are proud to bring our whole (and geekiest) selves to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras for a fourth time. We'll be geeking out at Sydney WorldPride 2023 awiththis playlist!
Meet Ofa Fitzgibbons: Telling diverse stories
As a first-time marcher in Sydney WorldPride, Ofa Fitzgibbons is celebrating bringing her whole self to work.
Everyday AI: Artificial intelligence in healthcare
From smart watches to mammogram readers, artificial intelligence is revolutionising health care. We spoke with some experts to learn more.
Towards gender equity: our female scientists over the years
Our researchers have charted the course of gender equity over the past 80 years at Australia's national science agency.
Let’s hear it for the girls in science
The future of science is in good hands with these girls on our side.
Meet Hanh Duong: Charting a path for women in quantum
Dr Hanh Duong grew up wanting to be a scientist but didn't see many women in quantum. Now she's a role model for others.