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Increasing Diversity in STEM

The future of our economy relies greatly on people with STEM skills, but there is a lack of diversity in STEM. Australia haemorrhages female talent in STEM disciplines from as early as primary school and many people believe that all scientists wear a white lab coat. We are on a mission to increase the diversity in STEM, through the magic of drones and geospatial science.

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Posted on 11 October 2019

Climate activists are young... and female

Climate activists are young... and female

Climate change activism is young, diverse and disproportionately female. A recent poll con​ducted in the U.S. found that 46% of girls said that climate change was ‘extremely important to them,’ compared to 23% of boys. With the rise of 'Gretas' comes the rise of online scrutiny towards these girls. We explore what this looks like and what it means for caregivers and teachers.