Powerful plants and cosmic wonders: meet our honourable scientists
Meet the three CSIRO researchers who have contributed game-changing science, rounding out the Australia Day Honours list this year.
Where are all the women in STEM?
Australia needs to step up its game with getting more women into the STEM workforce. Some of our Superstars of STEM are helping do just that.
The key to a STEM career? Curiosity, persistence and a knack for problem solving!
Google Research Fellow, ICT Student of the Year and advocate for science, technology engineering and maths (STEM) careers, Samy Movassaghi tells us a little about her job and how she ended up working as a STEM professional.
We just appointed our new Chief Scientist and she is one ‘super woman’
When Dr Cathy Foley isn't conducting ground-breaking research on super conductors she's spreading the word of STEM careers and their vitality for Australia. And now she's our Chief Scientist!
Drawing constellations in the global space sector | Sarah Pearce
After her career as an X-ray astronomer then project manager, Dr Sarah Pearce joined us and set her talents to collaboration, not just leading global relations with telescope and satellite technology but also in her secondment as Director of Strategy for the newly formed Australian Space Agency.
Connecting the globe to observe the Earth | Alex Held
Australia is one of the largest users of satellite data and set to grow larger thanks to our international partners, relations built on and maintained by Dr Alex Held in his new role as Director for the CSIRO Centre for Earth Observation.
Fostering space start-ups to get us to the stars | Kimberley Clayfield
Prestigious aerospace awards, Earth observation projects, and cultivating Australian space start-ups—Kimberley Clayfield's star-studded portfolio is a win for Australian space science.
A foundation of experience for developing our place in space | Dave Williams
With a wealth of knowledge on the global space industry, Dave Williams tells us about his career and why Australia is well-placed as a space-bound nation.
Aussie high school student wins top prize at Intel’s ‘Olympics of science and engineering’
Oliver Nicholls cleans up at Intel's 'Olympics of science', the International Science and Engineering Fair, with his automated high-rise window cleaner.
Pint of Science: Sometimes science is better over a beer
Bringing scientists to your local pub to present their latest discoveries and make you fall in love with science.
Six scientists you need to know (but have probably never heard of)
Newton, Einstein, Darwin: scientific superstars that you've certainly heard of. We'd like to introduce you to some equally impressive minds that only made it into the footnotes of history, despite their remarkable, life-changing, discoveries.