STEM

Women in STEM careers: Just do it
IBM executive security advisor Diana Kelley says that anyone can pursue a career in STEM-related fields, including women, and that they should ‘just do it.’
Girls in STEM careers: It’s on you, parents!
The key to attracting girls in Asia Pacific to study STEM subjects and pursue STEM-related careers lies with families, according to MasterCard’s inaugural Girls in Tech research.
10 women behind key technology breakthroughs
On International Women’s Day, Microsoft’s Dr Daiana Beitler puts the spotlight on the leading ladies who have helped transform our world with technologies that we now find hard to live without.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: It gets worse for women
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will have a disproportionately negative impact on the economic prospects of women, according to a new study by the World Economic Forum.
Are today’s youth Digital Da Vincis of the future?
Today’s digital natives may be empowered by technology, but they are disempowered in several ways too, writes Winnie Lee.
Creating a STEM tide in Singapore with 3D printing
STEM education in Singapore received a boost from 3D printing solutions company Stratasys Inc, which is partnering with Science Centre Singaporeto bring applied learning to schools.
Disruption imminent: Making the connection, Part 2
Companies need to make data a part of their long-term strategy now to avoid pitfalls and disruptions in the future.
Analytics and the real world: Making the connection, Part 1
Analytics creates new opportunities and new ways to look at the world, and really meaningful outcomes, says SAS Institute Australia’s chief analytics officer Evan Stubbs.
The next industrial revolution is going to hurt us bad
With increased robotics, there will be significantly less requirement for labour. The countries that are dependent on traditional manufacturing as a driver of the economy – like Malaysia – are going to be hurt badly, write Anwar Jumabhoy & Srikrishna Vadrevu.
APAC students want coding as a core subject in school: Microsoft study
Microsoft Corp has released the results from a new Asia Pacific study which revealed that the majority of students in the region recognise the value of coding in their education and the potential it creates for their future careers.
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