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Today, and every day, we celebrate women in science
This International Women’s Day, we reflect on some of the most recent Eureka Prizes recipients, who include trailblazing researchers, an interdisciplinary team and a young filmmaker.
Advancing our understanding of blue carbon science
Kerrylee Rogers wears many hats. She’s a Professor in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences at the University of Wollongong, a passionate advocate for environmental sustainability and the mum of two teenage boys.
Insights from a Eureka Prizes judge: Dr Erin Roger
We caught up with Dr Erin Roger to look inside the Eureka Prizes judging process, discuss why you should consider entering and reflect on the evolution of citizen science.
Reducing the burden of diarrhoeal disease
In conversation with Professor Julie Bines, winner of the 2021 Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre Eureka Prize for Infectious Diseases Research.
We can all be fireball hunters – Q and A with 2016 Eureka Prize winner Renae Sayers
Renae Sayers, of Curtin University, WA (pictured centre) talks about her explosive Eureka Prizes experience.
Protecting our oceans – Q and A with 2016 Eureka Prize Winner Dr Denise Hardesty
Dr Denise Hardesty talks about her Eureka Prizes experience.
Sea Slug Saga with 2016 Sleek Geeks Science Winner
Hear from Hayden Ingle, 2016 Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize (primary school category) winner.
Preparing your Eureka Prizes submission: tips for entrants
Each year we receive hundreds of entries contributed to by thousands of individuals, which are put through a rigorous judging process to determine just one winner for each prize. We share our insights based on some of the most common mistakes and misconceptions.
Meet the junior scientist with a passion for physics
In conversation with Leon H., awarded third place in the 2021 University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize – Primary
Demystifying COVID-19 vaccines and variants
In conversation with Dr Jackson Ryan, finalist in the 2021 Finkel Foundation Eureka Prize for Long-Form Science Journalism and the 2021 Australian Museum Eureka Prize for Science Journalism.