Leading marine scientist and broadcaster Professor Emma Johnston has become President of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics sector’s peak body, Science & Technology Australia (STA). Professor Johnston was confirmed as President at the STA annual general meeting in Sydney today, taking on the role from outgoing President Emeritus Professor Jim Piper AO. A leading […]
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Please note: nominations have closed. Following the successful election of STA’s newest board members, nominations have now opened for the STA Executive Committee. The following positions are open for nomination: • Vice President (two year appointment) • Treasurer (two year appointment) • Early Career Representative (two year appointment) • General Representative (one year appointment) The successful candidates will join our current Executive […]
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 […]