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Medical engineering researcher awarded STEM Travel Grant

The successful recipient of Campus Travel and Virgin Australia’s Travel Grant: Recognising women in STEM is a PhD student working in a research field that interfaces medical engineering, biology and tissue engineering. Queensland University of...Read more

Stay on campus and save

Whether you’re travelling for work, study, research or sport, staying on a university campus in student village accommodation is a convenient, fun and affordable option. Campus Travel has partnered with Campus Living Villages to bring you a unique...Read more

New security measures for USA travellers

In July 2017 the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced the introduction of enhanced security screening for people travelling to the United States Since then, the following changes...Read more

STEAMpunk girls to rule the world

Just as punk music challenged the status quo when it first emerged, STEAMpunk Girls is a movement challenging stereotypes. An initiative of the Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creative Intelligence Unit at the University of Technology Sydney, the...Read more

Creating a better environment through STEM

Many women in STEM know what it feels like to be in the minority and for Shahjadi Hisan Farjana this is certainly the case. Studying engineering in Bangladesh she was one of only eight women in a cohort of 112 men. However Farjana (her preferred...Read more

USA travel restrictions renewed

A revised travel ban for entry into the USA will be introduced 18 October 2017. The restrictions include citizens from additional countries. Certain citizens from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen will be banned...Read more
Hayley S

STEM takes Hayley from rural SA to global discovery

The sleepy rural town of Sedan north of Adelaide is about as far away as you can get from the cutting edge world of hybrid drug delivery research. With a population of around 150 people it is here that PhD student and researcher Hayley Schultz grew...Read more

Avocado research set to smash global shortage

Avocado lovers can rest easy knowing that Queensland-based PhD student Jayeni Hiti Bandaralage has discovered a micropropagation method set to revolutionise plant supply. Having completed an Honours Degree in Plant Biotechnology, Jayeni is pursuing...Read more

The secret life of waves

Next time you are looking at the ocean, you might want to consider the fact that for some people every wave tells a story. Just ask PhD student, and 2017 STEM Travel Grant applicant, Elmira Fadaeiazar. With a mechanical engineering degree under her...Read more

World’s Biggest Hamper Pack Challenge

Campus Travel along with all the businesses under the Flight Centre Travel Group umbrella are attempting to set a world record as part of the World’s Biggest Hamper Pack Challenge. As part of this, the Flight Centre Foundation has partnered with...Read more

T cell research holds key to understanding rare disease

For Jenee Mitchell a love of high school biology led to her pursuing a STEM career, almost 10 years later. After aspiring to a career in medical/immunology research, she completed a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science (Hons) at Federation University...Read more


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