The pandemic has highlighted the crucial importance of global collaboration and how it can spur world-changing science discoveries.
But in the shifting sands of international relations, how can Australia’s scientists navigate a path to opportunity and secure our capabilities in emerging and frontier technologies?
Join us at Science meets Parliament 2022 as Australia’s Ambassador to the US Arthur Sinodinos gives a keynote on international science and technology engagement.
He’ll delve into how science can work across borders to build sovereign capability, tackle urgent global issues, and create opportunities for STEM professionals.
A former Science Minister, and hugely experienced and highly respected Cabinet Minister, what Arthur Sinodinos doesn’t know about building strong relationships between science and policy could only be measured at the subatomic level.
This outstanding keynote is just one part of an incredible event featuring a star-studded line-up of compelling speakers drawn from science, technology, media, policy, and the advocacy worlds.
Science meets Parliament 2022 – online from 28 February-4 March 2022 – brings together a galaxy of star experts for a week of unparalleled insights, career-defining networking opportunities, and deep engagement with decision-makers.
It’s the best value professional development opportunity on the STEM calendar.
Science meets Parliament is a once-in-a-career opportunity to build your networks, develop your science advocacy skills, and learn how science can shape policy.
Don’t miss out – register now.