STEM to Indigenous success

  Last week the World Science Festival kicked off on Turrbul Country in Queensland’s capital, Brisbane. The weeklong event showcased a stellar line-up of local and international scientists leading discussions, workshops and performances about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Among robots and augmented reality displays, the jam-packed schedule included a sold out talk by Indigenous scientist Karlie Noon, and a panel discussion about …




A trip to the tip with IDX Flint

  Recently the Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Flint team headed north to the community of Bamaga in the Northern Peninsula Area to host the final Flint workshop for 2016. Head 1000 km north of Cairns and you will reach the community of Bamaga in the Northern Peninsula Area. Located a short drive from the tip of Australia – where the …




The sky’s the limit for Indigenous scientist Karlie Noon

  To say Karlie Noon has a keen interest in science is an understatement. The 26 year old’s bright presence and bubbly persona matches her passion and enthusiasm for STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths), quickly dismantling the perception ‘science is boring.’ A Kamilaroi woman from Tamworth, a mentor and scientist, Karlie recently became the first Indigenous person in NSW …




Robotics Workshops

Kid working on a robot

Our Indigenous Robotics Workshop program is aimed at giving young leaders more exposure to Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through an interactive workshop.