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STA launches new workshop for super STEM communicators

Science & Technology Australia are proud to support the nation’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions in a variety of ways. Our newest offering, a one-day communications workshop, will equip STEM professionals of all backgrounds with the skills and confidence to speak about their science. The importance of communicating and celebrating science is vital, […]

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Indigenous Scholarship: Science meets Parliament 2018

Science & Technology Australia is excited to offer two scholarships to STEM practitioners with an Indigenous background to attend Science meets Parliament in Canberra on 13-14 February next year. This is delivered in partnership with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQuS). Science meets Parliament brings around 200 Australian scientists and technologists to Canberra […]

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New leading voices for science and technology in Australia

Leading marine scientist and broadcaster Professor Emma Johnston has become President of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics sector’s peak body, Science & Technology Australia (STA). Professor Johnston was confirmed as President at the STA annual general meeting in Sydney today, taking on the role from outgoing President Emeritus Professor Jim Piper AO. A leading […]

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Science meets Business 2017 – Its a wrap

The UTS Business School was buzzing with ideas as hundreds of scientists and business leaders shared their experiences at STA’s annual event, Science meets Business. Catherine Livingstone AO, Chancellor of UTS and Chair of the Commonwealth Bank, kicked off the event with a rousing speech. She shared her vision for Australia on the global stage […]

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The future is bright for the business of Australian science: experts

Australian science and technology is well placed to seize opportunities to commercialise at home and abroad, according to experts gathered in Sydney. Leaders in research and investment are meeting at Science meets Business to discuss the future of Australia’s knowledge economy, including: UTS Chancellor and Commonwealth Bank Chair, Catherine Livingstone; Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation […]