Researchers in Australia and New Zealand are making exciting advances in the reproductive biology field. These advances are making an impact not only in human fertility, but also in global health, the agriculture industry and in the conservation of at-risk species The Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB) represents researchers from Australia and New Zealand, and […]
Science & Technology Australia welcomes four new members and a special advisor to its STEM Sector Policy Committee. The newly elected members include Professor Adrian Barnett (Statistical Society of Australia), Dr Andrew Black (Stem Cells Australia), Dr Bek Christensen (Ecological Society of Australia), and Dr Kathleen Beyer (ARC Centre for Climate Extremes/Department of Planning, Industry […]
To mark NAIDOC Week, Science & Technology Australia has partnered with Corey Tutt on his innovative project Deadly Science, to source books about science and technology for regional and rural schools. In a remote school that lies four hours from Katherine in the Northern Territory, 350 students had access to just 15 books from […]
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