Science today is increasingly data-driven, but our education system has not caught up.
More young women and girls could be encouraged to look to a career in science thanks to the new Superstars in STEM project.
In English and science alike, every student and teacher brings his or her own language patterns to class. But how can educators make sure that language bias doesn't harm student achievement?
Double-majoring is thought to broaden your horizons and give you more career options. A new look at seven years of U.S. census data tells us that there may be a financial benefit as well.
Science festivals are booming and with their mixture of music and art they are opening the field to a whole new audience who are keen to be amazed.
New research shows programmes to widen STEM participation in students are failing.
The federal government released its National Science Statement today, reinforcing its commitment to science and innovation. But does it do enough?
There are many inspiring female computer scientists in and from Africa. They have the power to inspire young women who might think that computer science is 'only for men'.
Society, parents, schools and popular media all perpetuate the myth that girls don't have the brains or ability to be scientists. Of course, that simply isn't true.
Targets and initiatives are a start but both men and women already in the field need to offer a helping hand.
How did an administration committed to restoring "science to its rightful place" actually do?
Young Australian jobseekers are facing a difficult future due to the loss of many traditional entry-level positions to automation. A solution may lie in bold policy ideas.
East Asian pupils continue to outpace their counterparts in Western schools.
Because being a good teacher is about more than just subject knowledge.
We have scholarships specifically targeted at women to redress the gender imbalance in STEM subjects. So why can't we do the same for men in primary education?
The government is right to cut back on funding certain VET courses that have low-enrolment rates and are unlikely to lead to work.
A study with pre-school children found that their motivation and interest improved when they believed they were part of a group.
Collaboration is one of the keys to making African science soar: when the continent's universities work together, they can produce amazing results.
South Africa must examine how science funding is allocated to universities. It also needs to acknowledge that not all universities should be focusing on research and development.
While questions are asked about the value of investment in our Olympic sporting activities, take a look at the achievements of our other medal winners in the science Olympiads.