Visit our dystopian future and learn how to change it

How bleak is the future really? An interactive exhibit, Monash University’s “A Future Without Change,” answers that very question and shows how science can change our dystopian future for the better.

How speaking ‘cow’ is revolutionising modern farming

A breakthrough in the way we communicate with cows is assisting farmers tune into the emotional state of their cattle.

Work is a fundamental part of being human, and robots won’t...

Recent studies have raised alarms that advances in automation and artificial intelligence (AI) will leave all sectors open to the threat of machines replacing human workers.

AI may soon be able to analyse your tweets to match...

Studies have shown people leave traces of themselves through the language they post online and their online behaviours.

Do I have to go to university to have a career...

Your study options to get into STEM are more flexible than ever. We take a deep dive into your options for VET study in STEM courses.

DIY silly, STEM-themed bon bons

Minimise your carbon footprint these holidays while upping the funny factor, with DIY bon bons stuffed with science jokes.

Science needs true diversity to succeed, and Aussie astronomy shows how...

Australian astronomy punches well above its weight, in terms of the research it leads and the facilities it houses.

Looking for a mentor? These 20 young, local innovators will blow...

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Review has announced its annual list of under 35-year-old game-changing innovators for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, and we’re career crushing hard.

How big is your holiday carbon footprint?

No matter what you celebrate, there are ways to ensure that you're saving the environment from a huge holiday carbon footprint.

Christmas, sorted: The ultimate STEM-themed gift guide

Stumped on what to gift a fellow STEM lover? Here’s a list of fun – and easy – Christmas-winning ideas.

Keen to save our insects? Here’s how to help scientists this...

With the Aussie insect population declining fast, scientists are calling out for our help this summer.