An increasing focus on women in STEMM careers has seen more women enter industries traditionally dominated by men. But engineering remains one of the toughest sectors for women to crack.
Cattle and sheep herding could be getting a lot easier thanks to RMIT’s Associate Professor Suelynn Choy, whose research is at the forefront of intelligent transport systems.
Professor Dayanthi Nugegoda’s expertise in environmental toxicology is playing an important role in managing the balance between industry and the environment.
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