We’re back! After a brief hiatus, we’re proud to unleash our series finale: A STEM of Advice. It’s our most jam-packed episode yet, featuring tips and tricks from almost every guest we’ve interviewed so far.
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In this special bonus episode of Secret Life of STEM, our resident Science Advisor Dr Andi Horvath speaks to Australia’s Chief Scientist, Alan Finkel. Listen in as Alan Finkel talks about his inspirations and biggest tips for aspiring scientists, and answers year 10’s burning STEM questions.
Futurists often use popular science-fiction stories to predict future STEM trends.Many technologies previously seen only on Star Trek and similar shows have now become everyday objects, like the iPad. Can you think of something you use today that might have come out of a sci-fi movie in the past?
Want to use STEM to build a better, brighter future? You better listen up! The world of STEM is rapidly changing, just like you will be.
How do you turn your STEM studies into a living wage? Or even better - how do you turn your golden STEM idea into actual gold? You might just find out in this episode of Secret Life of STEM.
We’re going to tackle the issue of diversity in STEM head-on. There’s simply no room for prejudice in the STEM workplace. You’ll hear from some amazing people who are taking on bias in STEM, and winning.
Our team discuss the transition from high school to university, and how to make the most of your university open day. Make sure to take note of these insider tips for invaluable advice on taking your STEM learning to the next level.
If you’re an arts student, you might not think STEM is that exciting. But – as we discover in this episode – the arts are not so separate from the sciences as we think. We call this crossover STEAM – Science, Tech, Engineering, ARTS and Maths.
What if you want to jump from STEM into a new adventure? We explore this question with a lawyer, an entrepreneur, a politician, and a journalist. STEM could be your key to all corners of the world!
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills are highly transferable and consistently proven to increase graduate employability in today’s rapidly evolving job landscape. Find out about STEM at the University of Melbourne making a positive impact around the globe.