Lina Qasem Reflects on what it means to be a 2019 Women’s Weekly ‘Woman of The Future’

Robofun Founder, Lina Qasem Last July, Robofun Founder, Lina Qasem was selected as a finalist for the 2019 Australian Women’s Weekly ‘Woman of the Future’ award in the category of Technology and Innovation. The award recognises inspiring young women who are striving to make a difference. 12 months on, Lina’s current working from home situation […]

Robofun celebrates International Women in Engineering Day

To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day on the 23rd of June, Educational robotics and coding academy, Robofun, is offering a free 3D design webinar class for primary school-aged girls. Robofun is a female-led organisation based in Melbourne that integrates children’s interests and fun into learning science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through lessons in […]

6 Inspiring Women in STEM

The fields that encompass STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) have long been dominated by men. Although women have been behind many of the important discoveries that have revolutionized these fields (and even the world), most people aren’t aware of these amazing women. This of course is partly because during their own lives, these women’s […]

Robofun is the 2019 Most Promising New Business award winner!

Robofun has been awarded the 2019 Most Promising New Business award by The Northern Multicultural Small Business Awards. The Northern Multicultural Small Business Awards is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements and remarkable entrepreneurial spirit of the Northern Metropolitan regions most outstanding multicultural small businesses. These awards seek to celebrate the contributions of multicultural small business owners […]