The Korumburra Secondary College STEM Sisters team have been selected out of 13 schools to present at the 5th Annual STEM Education Conference in Sydney. The team worked collaboratively with BrainSTEM and mentors from the Parkville Precinct in Melbourne to develop a research project on uv detection in dogs. The girls printed a 3D prototype dog collar and built and transmitter/receiver using electronic building modules called LittleBits. Their model uses a counter and light sensor which then is suppose to send a signal to the dog owner when the UV count is high. This is a fantastic research project and great effort from the team. The girls presented their project to a audience of educators at STEM conference. Well done and what a great job from students, the school and all the staff that supported this project.