Australia’s premier event connecting decision makers and STEM leaders to continue to build Australia’s excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
There’s been a concerted effort over the last few months to point out that science isn’t perfect. The National Party’s Federal Council has just endorsed a motion to establish a watchdog, a national scientific quality assurance agency – a push led by federal MP George Christensen. Nationals Senator Matt Canavan previously backed the call by […]
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 […]
Science & Technology Australia (STA) has welcomed the reappointment of key Ministers to the Federal Cabinet following the federal election. In particular, the return of the Hon Karen Andrews MP as Minister for Industry, Science and Technology; the Hon Dan Tehan MP as Minister for Education; the Hon Greg Hunt MP as Minister for Health; […]
As Senator the Hon Kim Carr today announced his decision not to renominate as Shadow Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Science & Technology Australia thanked him for his years of service to the solutions sector. Serving as both Minister and Shadow Minister for science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the Labor team for […]