#Women in STEM
Identifying insects: meet our mini moth investigator
Ying Luo has a passion for teeny tiny insects - from golden ants to micro moths.
Vale Joy Bear: remembering the scientist behind petrichor
Isabel 'Joy' Bear passed away on 8 April 2021. We celebrate her contributions to our organisation and science, including describing petrichor.
Technically speaking: celebrating women in STEM
We support and celebrate women in STEM. Introducing four more of our fabulous female researchers.
Meet our researcher: Professor Michelle Colgrave
Professor Michelle Colgrave leads our Future Protein team. See how she uses proteomics to improve human health, agriculture and food.
Meet our researcher: Dr Marzi Barghamadi
Dr Marzi Barghamadi tells us how she'll research lithium-ion batteries through her L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship.
We can’t let STEM skills become a casualty of COVID-19
Future economic growth will depend on the creation of future industries. Our Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley, explains.
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.
Giving our green spaces the green light
Have you changed the way you interact with green spaces like parks or backyards since the pandemic? We want to hear from you.
Closing in on the cosmic mystery of fast radio bursts
Our astronomer Dr Shivani Bhandari is making breakthroughs in her study of mysterious signals from outer space: fast radio bursts.
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.
Meet our COVID-19 researcher: Tram Phan
Tram Phan is making the vaccine proteins that will be used in The University of Queensland’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate. She gives us the low down.