Vote now: QBI scientists strives for STEM Prize

27 February 2019



The Queensland science community is again celebrating the innovation and positive change created by its female researchers with the launch of this year’s Queensland Women in STEM Prize.

And QBI scientists Alisha Tromp and Madison Booth are two of the bright minds hoping to grow their important research by claiming one of the $5000 prizes. 

The state-wide STEM Prize recognizes the achievements of Queensland women working in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Three categories – Jury Award, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Jury Award and People’s Choice Award – are available with a cash prize of $5000 each.

The awards are open to early and mid-career women working in STEM careers whose practice benefits Queenslanders.

Help Alisha by clicking on her profile below, follow the prompts and submit your vote.