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Outlook good for science and tech

Science & Technology Australia (STA) has welcomed the steady approach to maintain investment in Australian research, innovation, science and technology following the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook.  Funding for the National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA) has been maintained and significant support has been assigned to inspire girls and women to take up and stay […]

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Indigenous Scholarship: Science meets Parliament 2017

For the first time, Science & Technology Australia is offering two scholarships to STEM practitioners with an Indigenous background to attend Science meets Parliament in Canberra. Science meets Parliament brings around 200 Australian scientists and technologists to Canberra for professional development, networking, and to meet face-to-face with MPs and Senators. Now in its 18th year, Science […]

New grants announced for Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship (WISE) projects

Superstars of STEM – Empowering female role models

Science & Technology Australia will soon launch a program to propel women of STEM around Australia into the media spotlight. ‘Superstars of STEM’ has won support through the new Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship program to work with women at all career stages to create new stereotypes, and new heroes to define them. “This program […]

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STA elects new leadership team

Science & Technology Australia is pleased to announce a new leadership team, including President-elect Professor Emma Johnston. Professor Johnston, who will formally assume the presidency in November 2017, was elected at the STA  AGM in Canberra on Friday 25 November. Professor Johnston is a marine ecologist and incoming Dean of Science at the University of […]

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Pay up, morale down for scientists: National Report

Job uncertainty, overwork and a loss of skills in the workplace are keeping the morale of Australian scientists low despite an average salary increase in the last 12 months, the 2016 National Professional Scientists Employment and Remuneration Survey has found. The survey was conducted by Professional Scientists Australia in conjunction with Science & Technology Australia […]