Today’s $111 million investment to develop and commercialise quantum technologies will help propel Australia’s global lead in this game-changing capability.
Australia’s science and technology sector has urged political parties heading to the next election to pledge an urgent seismic investment in job-and-wealth-generating R&D to spur a STEM-led economic recovery.
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.
Creating ‘industry brokers’ at the nation’s key research infrastructure facilities could propel a new wave of home-grown advanced manufacturing industries.