Join the STA team on Superstars of STEM

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Our new program, Superstars of STEM, will smash society’s gender assumptions about scientists and increase the public visibility of women in STEM. We’re looking for a committed, passionate and accomplished Project Officer to help build this program and work with 30 of the nation’s most inspiring scientists and technologists. See below for details regarding how […]

Politics meets space science

Panellists are joined by Karen Andrews MP, Richard Marles MP, Kylie Walker (CEO of STA) and Anna-Maria Arabia (CE of the Australian Academy of Science)

Space science and technology was on the political agenda today following the Parliamentary Friends of Science breakfast held in Canberra this morning. Presented by Science & Technology Australia in partnership with the Australian Academy of Science, the event was hosted by the Parliamentary Friends of Science group, co-convened by the Hon Richard Marles MP and the […]

Travel ban could harm Australian Science & Technology

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Science and Technology Australia (STA) has warned of the harm a travel ban would cause scientists and technologists around the world. The peak science body highlighted that Australian researchers benefit from international collaborations, including with scientists in the United States, and any obstacle could do serious damage to the progress of vital research. Kylie Walker, […]

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Our vision is to bring together scientists, governments, industry and the broader community to advance the role, reputation and impact of science and technology in Australia

Representing 68,000 scientists and technologists from more than 50 key organisations in the sector, we provide a strong and influential voice for science and technology in Australia.

STA engages in strategic partnerships, holds national events, and provides members with a suite of benefits - all for the betterment of Australian science and technology.

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