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  • (Out)reach for the stars: Our Superstars of STEM prepare to pass the baton

    Macquarie's current Superstars of STEM (L-R): Dr Devika Kamath, Dr Georgia Ward-Fear, Dr Lizzy Lowe and Dr Kate Selway. The term "celebrity female scientist" might make you cringe a little, but it's something that Science and Technology Australia is ultimately trying to build an army of with its Superstars of STEM program. Now in its […]

  • 10 questions with… Amy Cain

    Fighting the good fight, ARC DECRA Research Fellow Amy Cain from the Department of Molecular Sciences, describes her job as to "Fight in the world's biggest, smallest war: against antibiotic resistance."

  • The STEM stories creating headlines

    In celebration of Science Week, we take a look at some of the biggest stories in STEM to hit the news recently. (1) Ancient stars break the rules of how suns are made Associate Professor Daniel Zucker from the Department of Physics and Astronomy is part of a team that has found something very unusual. […]

  • Awards and recognition

    Every month we celebrate impressive achievements and partnerships within the Macquarie community.

  • 10 questions with… Kristie Stefanoska

    On the back of the ground-breaking announcement last week that Macquarie researchers have discovered a world-first gene therapy that could reverse Alzheimer's memory loss, we thought it would be timely to chat with one of the researchers from the Dementia Research Centre (DRC).