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.
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.
Meet Eleanor Ingram: Moving to a different beat
A first-time marcher at Sydney WorldPride, Eleanor Ingram is celebrating diversity and flying the flag for neurodivergent people.
Our innovative science behind the headlines
Our innovations, from fast Wi-Fi to predicting bushfires, were once considered impossible. Until someone, just like you, joined us and took on the challenge.
Meet Jon Whittle: Looking through a diversity lens
Our Everyday AI podcast host says diversity should be a key design consideration if we want to innovate and build a better world.
Meet Nina Welti: tracing our food supply chains
Nina Welti is on a mission to show the world where our food comes from. She is making a difference to our consumer knowledge and food production.
The Winanga-y way: developing Indigenous pathways
We’re recruiting five Indigenous post-doctoral fellows in the area of agriculture and food.
Meet Deborah Lau: On a mission to end plastic waste
We meet Dr Deborah Lau who explains that ending plastic waste must start with us reimagining the future of plastic.
Meet Bronwyn Fox: our Chief Scientist
Professor Bronwyn Fox takes up the role as our latest Chief Scientist 30 years after she first joined us as a research assistant.
Meet our roller-skating, sheep researcher: Danila Marini
Danila always wanted to work with animals but had no idea they'd end up roller skating in regional NSW working on animal science.
Quantum leaps: Meet our researcher Dr Jenny Hayward
Dr Jenny Hayward is a scientist of many talents. She’s worked in computational chemistry, economic modelling and defence technologies. We asked her about these quantum leaps!