The STEM Career Pathways report surveyed nearly 3,500 people working in STEM. It was conducted and written by Science & Technology Australia on behalf of the Prime Minister’s National Science and Technology Council.
Science & Technology Australia says goodbye to powerhouse CEO Misha Schubert after four incredible years leading the organisation.
Australia’s science and technology sectors have urged Federal Parliament to pass the Australian Research Council Amendment Bill – and make a key amendment that requires the research funding agency to notify successful applicants within 21 days of grant approval.
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STA is an influential voice for evidence and expertise in public policy.
Our mission is to advance the public good and social and community welfare, and strengthen civil society, through education, outreach and programs.
We do so to advance the impact of science and technology to help solve some of humanity’s greatest challenges, including saving and improving lives.
With headquarters in Canberra, STA has excellent relationships with Parliamentarians, the Office of the Chief Scientist, the scientific academies, heads of Government science agencies, granting bodies, and key industry players.
We bring together scientists, scientific societies, governments, industry and the broader community.
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