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Earn $150 for sharing your opinion on STEM employers

Focus group

IMC are looking for STEM students graduating in 2021 and 2022 to attend virtual focus groups over the coming weeks to get their opinion on employers, careers available, what makes them attractive and why.

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Women in STEM Careers Program 2021 Graduates

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The Women in STEM careers (WiSC) program saw 98 participants graduate and move on to the next stage of their professional development.

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Women in EEE with electronic engineer Trish White

Held 14 October, the second Women in EEE (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) networking event with electronic engineer Ms Trish White was a great success.

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Student-led STEM research and technology on show

Faculty of Sciences Communication Award winners, from left, Mistrel Fetzer Boegheim (1st), Vinuri Silva and Sophie Dolling (2nd), equal third Chris Keneally and Julia Pilowsky.

Emerging scientists showcase their research at Ingenuity, University of Adelaide’s annual interactive expo of STEM projects.

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Agriculture student’s love for Adelaide keeps growing

Chau Anh Cao - Agriculture student

International student Chau Anh Cao shares her experiences studying agricultural sciences and living in Adelaide.

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The illegal wildlife trade has bigger ramifications than you might think

A vendor display featuring a sulcata tortoise, one of the largest tortoise species in the world, at a reptile trade convention in Florida, USA

Scientists have highlighted that the illegal and unsustainable global wildlife trade has bigger ramifications on our everyday lives than you might think.

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Engineering students explore artificial general intelligence

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Final year engineering students focused on traversing the divide between artificial narrow intelligence (ANI) and artificial general intelligence (AGI).

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Ingenuity innovators enhance autonomous underwater vehicle

two women and one man are holding a prototype rectangular mechanical object. they are smiling

A hit multi-year project from Ingenuity 2019 has had innovative enhancements by final year engineering students Eli Duykers, Jessica Evans, Joyce Jollands and Nathan Morrissey.

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SA Drought Hub to expand after funding boost

Chris Preston

The South Australian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub is being expanded following an injection of additional funding from the Australian Government.

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Examining Earth’s oldest complex fossils using AI

Sedimentary layers in Mars photographed by Curiosity rover (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS).

University of Adelaide scientists will develop computer vision and machine-learning techniques to examine the fossil evidence of the Ediacara Biota – the earliest evidence of complex life.

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