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  • Fifth Issue

    This edition of MAGNIFY marks the special milestone of celebrating one year. We speak to Madel Tutor from The University of Melbourne, who shares how she is tackling drug resistance in Malaria with her PhD research. The amalgamation of Science and Art is highlighted in the art corner. In this special edition, we have two Big Sister STEM stories, where we explore Agricultural Scientist Dr Dorin Gupta of the University of Melbourne and Technology STEM superstar Neelima Kadiyala. Raisa Aurora and Praahthana Karthikeyan are exemplary volunteers celebrated in this special issue. Swapna Deshmukh also shares her inspirational story as part of the International to Local segment. We also take you on a journey to learn about Vietnamese culture, contributing to Australia’s multicultural mixing pot! You can also learn the secrets behind bringing balance to your life by focusing on the things that matter from Dr Chloe Lim! We also share some professional tips to ace your next interview! You can find all this and more in the 5th issue of MAGNIFY

  • Fourth Issue

    Our fourth issue of MAGNIFY features many achievements of women of colour in STEM along with a special article on STEM Sisters receiving the #TechDiversity Award this year in the Business category, beating other 23 nominees from various inspiring initiatives. In Big Sisters STEM Story, we talked with Manjula Shaw, Head of Delivery at NAB, who teaches us never to draw borders about what women and men should do. For any of you who wants to build a career abroad, Sayuri Fonseka will share her success story of working as a Senior Analyst at KPMG Australia. We also have an interview with Shohail Ibne Mahbub, a branding expert who is also a volunteer at STEM Sisters. You can also picture yourself building a career in STEM by taking a glimpse of our research about Women in STEM. Debolina Majumdar from RMIT University, in her PhD story, will tell you about the character of a novel protein. Also, we will introduce you to ⭐️Shamila Gopalan and Dr Morley Muse, that will encourage you to be a proud woman of colour and has a brilliant mind. You can find all of these inspiring stories in our 4th issue!

  • Ninth issue

    As we introduce the 9th issue of MAGNIFY, our journey continues to celebrate and amplify the voices of empowered women of colour in STEM. This issue marks another step in our ongoing mission to spotlight the remarkable accomplishments of these extraordinary individuals. We are thrilled to share the stories and achievements of women who have…

  • Third Issue

    March is where Women are celebrated internationally, and we STEM Sisters dedicated our MAGNIFY 3rd issue to celebrate South Asian Women in STEM and discuss How do women in STEM stand out among their peers and bring colour to society?

    In this issue, Ritika Saxena from Murdoch Children Research Institute will tell you about her research on the haematopoietic stem. Prof Venkatesh will give you insight into improving yourself as a woman of colour im STEM. Prof Asha’s values on joy and happiness will make you enjoy your work as a part of life. This 3rd issue also spotlighted many female artists from South Asia. You will get deep with the mind behind Sunpower Renewables, Nitasha Badhwar. Don’t miss Megha Bote-Karanjkar’s journey as an international student struggling to build career in STEM. And the success story of one of STEM Sisters’ volunteers, Neelam Yadav. You can find all of these inspiring stories in our 3rd issue!