If there are no scientists, who will cure diseases?

Too few Australian students are studying science. Without scientists, who will discover things you never knew existed.

At GSK we are finding new ways to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Like partnering with McLaren and world class athletes to understand how science improves performance, and exciting young minds with the real world possibilities of science.

Innovation and collaboration with Monash University

In 2009 we formed a unique collaboration with Monash University’s Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS). The partnership draws upon some of the best minds in Australian pharmaceutical research and manufacturing, combining skills and ideas to develop “next-generation formulations and platform technologies”.

National Youth Science Forum

With much of the world’s future innovation to come from science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), it is very important that the innovators of tomorrow are supported and mentored.

Meet chemical engineer graduate Isaac Barr

Isaac Barr joined GSK as a chemical engineer graduate in 2015. Here he talks about his first year at our Boronia manufacturing plant supporting the team to build a new pilot vaccine facility.