The Internet of Temporary Things

Cash in your silicone chips – paper and plastic are about to make a comeback. As sensors fill the world with an endless stream of data on every aspect of our lives, Moore’s Law dictates that traditional silicon-based systems won’t … Continued

Kirsten is the astrophysicist of the future

Kirsten Banks is a rising star of astrophysics, getting people excited about the universe and the importance of combining contemporary and Indigenous knowledge in STEM. Learn about her path to becoming an astrophysicist and why she thinks continuous learning is … Continued

Best of: Robotics

Our best of series, published regularly, collates our favourite and most popular resources for a particular topic. This week: Robotics for year 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12 STEM students. Although robotics is not covered in one discrete science understanding … Continued

Series: What will the future look like?

Ann Druyan is the executive producer, director and writer of the new National Geographic series Cosmos: Possible Worlds. From science fiction to the importance of science in everyday life, she is a woman on a mission, a woman who wants … Continued