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  • STA seeks new CEO

    STA seeks new CEO

    Chief Executive Officer – Science & Technology Australia • Leadership & senior management opportunity • Exciting, variety filled national advocacy role • Competitive salary + performance incentives • Not-for-profit organisationRead More »
  • President pays tribute to outgoing CEO

    President pays tribute to outgoing CEO

    It is with great regret that I inform you that our CEO Catriona Jackson has tendered her resignation over the weekend. I know many of you who have worked very closely with her in the interests of Australian science and technology, will be dismayed to hear the news, as indeed …Read More »
  • Women of Science at the National Press Club

    Women of Science at the National Press Club

    Professors Tanya Monro, Emma Johnston and Nalini Joshi spoke at the National Press Club on 30 March about the role and future for women in science. Covering the difficulties faced by women in STEM fields, particularly those seeking senior positions, they also talked about their experiences and the positive steps …Read More »
  • Nominations for the 2016 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science Now Open

    Nominations for the 2016 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science Now Open

    Nominations for the 2016 Prime Minster’s Prizes for Science are now open, recognising excellence in scientific research, research-based innovation and science teaching. The prizes recognise the achievements and success of Australian scientists and innovators and the critical role science educators play in inspiring and encouraging students.Read More »
  • Science Meets Parliament 2016

    Science Meets Parliament 2016

    The 16th annual Science meets Parliament took place on 1 and 2 March 2016. It  brought 200 working scientists to Canberra for a two-day program of professional development and networking aimed at helping them better communicate their science to the media, policymakers and parliamentarians.Read More »