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.
Archaeological excursion connects science with culture for Indigenous students
Indigenous students in WA connected culture and science at University Western Australia, thanks to our STEM Professionals in Schools program.
Oodles of oobleck excites students about STEM in schools
Science can be surprising (and squelchy), especially when there's a tonne of oobleck about.
Meet Damien Belobrajdic: Nourishing science in schools
This STEM professional thinks the key to encouraging science in schools might lie with samples of exotic poo and 10-year-old doughnuts.
Virtual reality brings design projects to life
Using Virtual Reality (VR) technology in class has become a reality for graphics and architecture students at Pembroke High School.
STEM learning spreads across the country thanks to volunteers
They say the most precious thing one can give is time. National Volunteer Week is about acknowledging those that use theirs to make the world a better place.
Women in STEM inspire the next generation of women to STEAM ahead
Guided by two women in STEM, technology students at a Perth school have used coding to create a device to help the hearing impaired.
Dr Megan Sebben schools students through STEM programs
Dr Megan Sebben is helping to challenge school kids’ perceptions of what a scientist is and what a career in science can look like.
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.
Next generation STEM: mentoring our students
Mentoring the next generation of STEM professionals in Australia is an important task to ensure we're prepared for the future.
Kids and veggies: the science of becoming a food adventurer
Kids and veggies are not the best of friends. But we've launched a new program that encourages primary school kids to eat more veggies.