Honouring forgotten women scientists, mathematicians, programmers and palaeontologists

The Australian government has launched a review into diversity in the science and technology sector. Among other things, the review will examine how to support women and girls in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Research shows … Continued

Spring cleaning cells take out the trash before they divide

Cells may use this strategy to clear out toxic by-products and give their offspring a clean slate. These resources can be used in lessons on cells and cell division with Year 8 and 10 Biology students looking for applications of … Continued

How do cells know when they’re fully grown?

Scientists unlock the key to cell size regulation – and it’s all in the DNA. How do cells regulate their size? UK researchers have answered this long-standing question in biology. Turns out, they use their DNA content as an internal … Continued

Our Top STEM resources for Virtual Learning 2022

As Term 1 kicks off, we have highlighted a collection of our Top STEM education articles, activities, videos and resources for you to look through. This might help with your planning, or perhaps spark your interest and you’ll learn something new. Either way, … Continued

Our favourite STEM resources of 2021

As 2021 and the school year comes to a close, we have gathered a collection of our favourite, and most popular, STEM education articles, activities, videos and resources for you to look through. This might help with your planning for … Continued

Tech In Your Clothes and Under Your Skin

You’re probably already pretty comfortable with wearing your technology. But how will you feel about implanting or ingesting it? Learn about how advancements in technology have translated to wearable tech, both on and in the body – combining technology and … Continued