New Board members elected to lead science and tech peak body

Science & Technology Australia (STA) has elected three new leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to its Board, to represent scientists and technologists working in a range of disciplines. Our newest Board members are: Professor Rebecca Ritchie, Medical and Cognitive Sciences Representative Professor Rebecca Ritchie is an experimental pharmacologist based at the Baker […]

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Lift-off for our Superstars of STEM

Our 30 Superstars of STEM have begun their journey towards becoming a new generation of role models for Australian girls and young women. They have completed their first workshop on “becoming an online influencer”, which was hosted online over three weeks. Developing skills in social media and connecting with people online, the Superstars have begun […]


What’s the big idea?

Applications for this opportunity have closed. Have you got a great, interesting or disruptive idea to kick along the commercialisation of research, improve academic-private sector collaboration or catapult Australia’s knowledge economy into the stratosphere? Here’s your chance to tell it to leaders in STEM and business, and set tongues wagging. We want to give you […]


2017 Professional Scientists Remuneration Survey

The annual scientists remuneration survey is now open, and by taking part you could win an iPad Mini or Samsung Galaxy Tablet. This is the most comprehensive annual survey of scientist remuneration and employment conditions undertaken in Australia, run by Professional Scientists Australia in conjunction with Science & Technology Australia. The information you provide will help benchmark […]

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Science meets Business – registrations now open!

Registrations for Science meets Business are now open, and members of STA and leaders in business and industry are invited to register now. Speakers will include Senator Arthur Sinodinos (Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science), Catherine Livingston (UTS Vice-Chancellor), Senator Kim Carr (Shadow Minister for Industry, Innovation, Science and Research) and many more leading figures […]