For the first time, the peak scientific bodies from Australia and the USA have struck a partnership to facilitate better cooperation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Science & Technology Australia (STA) and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) have today pledged to combine their voices to enhance the role of […]
Science meets Business brings together leaders in the business world and the science, technology, engineering and mathematics sectors.
Better ways to apply the huge volumes of data being generated and new pathways to encourage and support international research collaboration were among the obstacles to overcome and plans for the future discussed during workshops between scientists, technologists and policymakers today. STEM professionals and government policymakers came together in Canberra to craft tangible outcomes and […]
More than 100 scientists and policymakers met in Canberra to discuss burning issues in Australian science and technology. At a time where society is facing numerous challenges that can and should be informed by science and technology, experts will discuss why evidence, research, and reason lead to the best policy outcomes. This year’s Science meets […]
Science & Technology Australia (STA) has adopted a bold and far reaching Strategic Plan for the next five years, setting a path towards a stronger, supported and influential science and technology sector. The Plan outlines seven strategic outcomes, which will bring together scientists and technologists, governments, industry and the broader community to advance the role, […]
Science and Technology Australia (STA) has warned of the harm a travel ban would cause scientists and technologists around the world. The peak science body highlighted that Australian researchers benefit from international collaborations, including with scientists in the United States, and any obstacle could do serious damage to the progress of vital research. Kylie Walker, […]