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  • Everywoman: the modern scientist

    Everywoman: the modern scientist

    CEO of STA, Kylie Walker has written an editorial on the gender stereotypes in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and the ways we can overcome systemic barriers to the retention and advancement of women in STEM. Read what she has to say here.Read More »
  • Mars – The Live Experience

    Mars – The Live Experience

    For the first time, National Geographic Live, in partnership with Science & Technology Australia, is bringing the world’s leading authorities together for a unique major live event to discuss global space agency plans and the immense challenges awaiting humankinds’ next great space adventure.Read More »
  • Research Alliance welcomes Minister’s commitment to science and research

    Research Alliance welcomes Minister’s commitment to science and research

    This afternoon, the Hon Greg Hunt MP delivered a major speech as Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science to the National Research and Innovation Alliance at the Shine Dome in Canberra. Shadow Minister, the Hon Senator Kim Carr, also addressed the Alliance to outline the opposition’s commitment to the research, …Read More »
  • STA welcomes fresh Government support for climate science

    STA welcomes fresh Government support for climate science

    Science and Technology Australia has welcomed the Government’s announcement that CSIRO’s climate science capacity will be expanded. “Climate science is important, and Australia’s geographic position and capabilities mean it is uniquely positioned to make significant contributions to the world’s body of knowledge in this critical area,” said STA Chief Executive Kylie Walker. …Read More »
  • Science meets Business 2016

    Science meets Business 2016

    Following our successful first-of-its-kind Science meets Business 2015, Science & Technology Australia will hold SmB 2016 on 24 October in Melbourne.Read More »