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.
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.
Count on it: Mathematics careers are anything but average
We spoke to five maths professionals to find out mathematics careers can be varied, interesting and help solve the greatest challenges.
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.
National Reconciliation Week: Snapshot of our Indigenous-led science
We’re showcasing the diversity of exceptional Indigenous-led science and research across our organisation during National Reconciliation Week.
Volunteers forecast STEM success
This National Volunteer Week, we're celebrating the wonderful work of our network of teachers and science, technology, engineering and maths volunteers.
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!
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.
Breaking the mold on STEM in schools
School students are being recruited to help solve some of Australia’s greatest challenges, as STEM professionals and parliamentarians head to classrooms around the country.