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Australia loses female talent at every stage of the STEM pipeline despite no innate cognitive gender differences. She Maps is on a mission to address this problem.

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Qld Regional Roadshow

We are taking our programs on the Road in Term 1, 2019. Heading south from Cairns, we are heading where ever the drone flies! Bookings essential.

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Why is encouraging girls in STEM so important to Australia?

The future of our economy relies greatly on people with STEM skills. Despite the fact that there is no reason why girls are weaker in STEM than boys, Australia haemorrhages female talent in STEM disciplines from as early as primary school. This means that we are not drawing on 100% of our talent pool in STEM careers, and our economy will suffer from the lack of diversity.

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Posted on 18 February 2019

Is it irresponsible to teach our children about drones?

Is it irresponsible to teach our children about drones?

Drones are evil and are a military tool of destruction, why are you teaching kids how to use them? Well, that doesn’t mean that that is the only way the technology is deployed. I love talking to people about how I use drones as part of my research, as for many it is a real eye opener. I have lost count of the number of times that people have said ‘wow, I had no idea you could use them for that!’ So what exactly is ‘that’? What do I use my drones for?

Posted on 18 February 2019

Using Drones for Weed Management

Using Drones for Weed Management

An area I do a lot of work in is weed management – a field I can see huge potential for the use of drones. I would love to use a similar approach to release biological control agents, such as the lantana bugmite, on sites I am currently working on that have poor and/or unsafe ground access.