Quick facts about women in STEM
Professor Tanya Monro is Australia’s Chief Defence Scientist. She is the first woman to lead the Defence Science Technology Group since it was set up 110 years ago!
Between 2015 and 2020 there was a
increase in the number of women enrolling in university STEM courses
Did you know Australia’s Chief Scientist is a woman? Dr Cathy Foley was the only female research scientist when she started at the CSIRO in 1985.
Podcasts are a great way to learn on-the-go. Check out some of the podcasts that are being run by women doing cool things in STEM.Choose a podcast
Are you between 8 and 12 years old and have an interest in STEM? Check out Future You to explore the exciting possibilities of STEMExplore