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 Ofa Fitzgibbons: Telling diverse stories
As a first-time marcher in Sydney WorldPride, Ofa Fitzgibbons is celebrating bringing her whole self to work.
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.
Mt Resilience uses AR to help you prepare for disaster
To prepare people for more frequent and extreme weather events, our researchers teamed up with the ABC to embrace AR with Mt Resilience.
Listen up! It’s our National Reconciliation Week playlist
Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff network put together a National Reconciliation Week playlist celebrating Indigenous Australian music.
Paving the way for women in STEM
Our Chief Scientist Cathy Foley shares how she overcame challenges in her career and how she is encouraging more women in STEM.
Communicating science to a fresh audience
One of our postdoctoral researchers gives us the lowdown on why communication is a key skill for scientists, and what it was like taking part in Fresh Science.
Synthesism: when metal organic frameworks and art combine
Artist in residence Chris Henschke resently explored the art and science of metal organic frameworks (also known as MOFs).
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.
Homeward Bound: the women on an epic Antarctic journey
Homeward Bound enables women in STEM to impact and lead their community, whilst in Antarctica. Meet our scientists going on the research trip of a lifetime!