Universities and industry need a flexible guiding intellectual property framework to propel further commercialisation, not the handbrake of mandatory one-size-fits-all templates.
Science & Technology Australia is delighted to welcome acclaimed marine scientist Dr Rachel Przeslawski to its Board as its new cluster representative for aquatic sciences.
Widespread job insecurity, a spike in workloads and fatigue, and devastating job losses are eroding the morale of Australia’s science workforce.
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