The Australian Institute of Geographers Conference theme of ‘Geographies of Emergence, Divergence and Convergence’ embraces the diversity…
Superstars trashing hotel rooms are not confined to modern rock bands – scientists have been there and done that. Davy and Faraday set up a lab in their Parisian hotel room and proceeded to conduct experiments, several resulting in explosions and clouds of noxious gases. 2019 is the International Year of the Periodic Table and […]
The Ecology Society of Australia (ESA) is the peak association of ecologists in Australia, with over 1,200 members from all states and territories. The image above features in their 2019 Calendar, along with other spectacular images of Australian flora, fauna, landscapes, coasts, skies and marine environments. Each picture tells a story of the Australian environment, […]
With the growth of the STEM sector and a mounting appetite for professional development amongst the STEM workforce, it’s important to find new and creative ways to set your offerings apart from the rest. The Australian Psychological Society (APS) did just that by expanding their annual Congress, providing new and creative ways to spark conversations […]
Island Physics will bring participants from academia and industry together to advance quantum technologies in Australia.
A new website has the potential to dramatically improve your member retention and renewal, something that the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA) has demonstrated with their newly launched website. Science & Technology Australia encourages STEM societies, associations and organisations to consider implementing regular reviews of their online channels to ensure they are communicating […]