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The Brainary

Article - 20.07.21

"Coding, Cybernetics, Convergence, and Conversations": Why communication matters in STEM

Looking forwards to the next industrial revolution (the 5th one, and maybe the most important one yet), concepts such as cybernetics, cyber-physical systems, and colliding, convergent technologies are . . .


Study Australia

Video - 07.07.21

‘Beauty and the Beast’ How emerging technology and Industry 5.0 will allow us to be more human.

Many famous Sci-Fi movies feature artificial intelligence (AI) or robots going mad & killing all the humans. But in reality, AI is the only way we, as humans are going to be able to cope with an increasingly digitised world . . .


Mirage News

Article - 19.07.21

New galaxy of Superstars of STEM mentors

A high-powered constellation of leaders including Australian CEOs, Chief Scientists, a Cabinet Minister, company directors, journalists and top executives have signed up to mentor the latest Superstars of STEM . . .


Innovation Australia

Article - 28.06.21

Define the problem, and the solution will follow

A passion to solve some of our most difficult sustainability challenges – such as energy disruptions in developing nations and the protection of turtle habitats – has led two female innovators into careers in tech . . .


Innovation Australia

Article - 16.07.21

Meet our Judges: Awards for Excellence

Twenty-eight innovation ecosystem leaders from across Australia have been appointed as the independent judging crew for the inaugural InnovationAus 2021 Awards for Excellence, representing a cross section . . .


Schmidt Ocean Institute

Video - 09.03.21

Scientists of R/V Falkor - Women in Science & SeaWeek 2021

Join some of the inspiring female Scientists from the Schmidt Ocean Institute to get a taste of the exciting science careers aboard R/V Falkor. This panel will celebrate International Women’s day by bringing together women in the marine sciences . . .