Science teacher celebrated after half a century in education
Science teacher Janet Elliot was recently recognised by the BHP Foundation Science and Engineering Awards for her commitment to teaching.
Best in class: from measuring sunshine to COVID-19
Sarah Kummerfeld is genomics researcher and has been working on COVID-19 research. We explore how she got her start as a BHP Awards alumni.
Croc around the block: a nature inspired design solution
High school student Angela Rofail found a solution for the global issue of building sway and collapse using nature inspired design and a crocodile!
Indigenous STEM Awards winner role model for next generation
Hear from one of our Indigenous STEM Awards winners, Josh Loyd on the value of Indigenous thought in STEM careers and encouraging the next generation.
Honouring Australia’s top STEM students and educators
Set your sights on the next generation leading the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) game. We’ve announced the winners!
Australian of the Year: our scientist up for top gong
Our oceans and atmosphere researcher Jess Melbourne-Thomas could be named Australian of the Year 2020.
Game on: Torres Strait Island life enters virtual reality
His passions for his culture and learning through technology led Torres Strait Islander man, Rhett Loban, to his latest creation.
One hack of a weekend
A tool to capture whale sounds and share them with the community and an app to help keep you cool in the city. These were the winning ideas from GovHack.
Atmospheric scientist awarded fellowship
Atmospheric and climate scientist Dr Helen Cleugh has been elected as a fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.
Southern stars – our scientists vying for Aussie honours
Two of our researchers – Dr Britta Denise Hardesty and Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas – are in the running for Australian of the Year Tasmania 2020.
Our peeps (em)powering science at sea
This World Maritime Day, we look at women who (em)power the science on our research vessel Investigator.