The ANA2019 conference is a great opportunity to learn about new developments in nuclear technology, nuclear power and nuclear applications.
The National Research and Innovation Alliance resolutely takes the view that benefits to the nation and the advancement of knowledge are best served by a culture where researchers can put forward views and present data for discussion and scrutiny free from interference and without fear of reprisal. As organisations representing researchers across the nation, we […]
STA joins ANSTO, Raytheon Australia, and the University of Sydney as the inaugural Champions of the Women in STEM Decadal Plan. The Decadal Plan provides a framework to guide the actions of government, industry, academia and the education sector over the next ten years, to achieve gender equity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). […]
– APPLICATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED – Science & Technology Australia is seeking candidates to join our newly-established Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee, to support our strategic focus on leading better EDI in the STEM sector through practical resources and strategic direction. This Committee is a permanent Committee of the STA Board, and replaces the […]
We’ve summarised our achievements in 2018/19 in an infographic below to capture some of the highlights as we’ve worked with our members to advocate for a thriving science and technology sector. We’re proud to support more than 80 member organisations to flourish; to share achievements in Australian STEM with a growing audience; to connect more […]
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 […]