Luminesce Alliance Gold Sponsors of the NSW Department of Education STEM2021

The health and research industry are in a period of unprecedented disruption and innovation. More than ever before, we need a steady pipeline of STEM talent to futureproof our workforce, boost our economy and benefit society at large.

Luminesce Alliance has collaborated with the NSW Department of Education to raise awareness of this issue through its partnership initiative the STEM 2021 On Demand: Education for a rapidly changing world event – an immersive online and on demand event that brings together some of Australia and the world’s leading experts on creativity, innovation, education and STEM

As part of this event, Luminesce Alliance is showcasing “Futureproofing our Workforce”, this video outlines the exciting workforce opportunities ahead in the health and research sector; and the important role of STEM in helping to build a workforce fit for the future.

STEM 2021 launches online Monday 19 April with content available on demand until 31 December 2021. Register now at  It features inspirational keynote addresses and EdTalks from world-renowned STEM and education experts, practical workshops and access to a range of cutting edge STEM related content. STEM 2021 is for teachers, students, parents, professionals and STEM enthusiasts alike.

Luminesce Alliance wishes to thank our Chair, Kathryn Greiner, for her support; and over 20 Partner participants who agreed to be involved.


Luminesce Alliance Sponsoring Partner – Precision Medicine: A Revolution in Patient Care Conference, 20-21 May

Luminesce Alliance is proud to be a Sponsoring Partner for the upcoming Precision Medicine: A Revolution in Patient Care Conference, hosted by the Westmead Health and Innovation Precinct.

The two-day conference will involve many Luminesce Alliance researchers including Professors Roger Reddel, Ian Alexander, and Robyn Jamieson. It will be an in person, as well as virtual conference; and, will showcase how the Westmead Health Precinct is leading the way in the development of precision medicine in Australia, pioneering medical research discoveries and applying these in the delivery of exemplary patient care.

Keynote speakers include The Hon. Gabrielle Upton, MP Parliamentary Secretary to NSW Premier and Professor Hugh Durrant Whyte NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer and Dr Luhan Yang, (Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at eGenesis.

Further information and registration details can be found on the conference website.