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19 November 2018

Standing on the shoulders of silent giants

How this writer finds inspiration in our female forebears
19 November 2018

Our non-Indigenous allies: the story continues with an amazing woman in STEM

Celebrating biology alumnus and high school science teacher Dr Libby Sakker
19 November 2018

Opening doors with drug design

Gertrude Elion was a pioneer in chemistry and won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1988.
19 November 2018

The unknown Marie Curie

On 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary was assasinated. A bizarre chain of events unfolded which, within a few weeks, launched the major European Great Powers into war.
19 November 2018

Where are the women in STEM?

Welcome to the final Science Alliance newsletter for 2018 which features, among other great topics, a focus upon women in STEM.
19 November 2018

Careers in science: where your science degree could take you

You may be wondering what a degree in science or mathematics could mean for your career. Rest assured – there is a huge range of opportunities waiting for you.