The Google Impact Challenge is looking to reward, “innovative ideas for change (that) are making an impact locally and globally.” There are two university projects among the ten short-listed. A Murdoch U team wants to use drones to track dugongs, to map marine ecosystems. People at the University of Sydney want to engage high school students in STEM through open-source drug discovery, (a 2016 pilot recreated a hugely priced proprietary drug for “just a few dollars”). Winning projects receive $1m each, with six runners-up scoring $250 000. There is a people’s choice prize to vote for here. No, you can’t google who won yet.