Dr Finkel was honoured by Australia’s biomedical engineers in November, when he was presented with the 2019 David Dewhurst Award for Biomedical Engineering Excellence. First presented in 1996 by the Biomedical College of Engineers Australia, the award honours leaders in biomedical device development in Australia.

What can you teach a group of students armed only with a bottle of water and two wooden forks?

Dr Finkel demonstrates electrolysis at high school student lunch

Participating in the launch of the Male Champions of Change report Harnessing Our Innovation Potential last month, Dr Finkel has called for continue

How do you build a bridge strong enough to support a potato using skewers, straws and sticky tape?

Dr Finkel was delighted to launch the program for National Science Week in Tasmania during a recent visit to Launceston’s Queen Victoria Museum and Art Galle

If you’re a student or parent or teacher looking to find an entertaining and engaging STEM activity, the STARportal

Dr Finkel was honoured to introduce a world leader in developing brain-machine interfaces for the 2019 Graeme Clark Oration in Melbourne this week: Professor

Take a room full of mathematics teachers and pose them an arithmetic problem. What could go wrong?

As the Chair of the Hydrogen Working Group developing Australia’s National Hydrogen Strategy, Dr Finkel was among the many distinguished guests who helped to

Officials including wearing high visibility gear break first ground with shovels on a grassy field.

The new financial year has seen the second year of the Science Policy Fellowships pilot program begin.