The 2018 ASFB conference will, over four days, challenge and engage delegates by exploring the relationships between scientific research, natural resource management and policy formulation.
Following proposed amendments to the HECS/HELP scheme, Science & Technology Australia has made a submission to highlight the impact on Australian researchers and students. STA acknowledges that this program must remain sustainable and accessible to all students, but it is our concern that the proposed amendments in this bill will have negative effects on the […]
247 eager scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians were lined out the doors of Parliament House, ready for Day Two of Science meets Parliament 2018. The day opened with a look back through time, as GE CEO Max York went through the soaring history of Australian science and innovation, and STA Policy Chair Dr Cathy Foley […]
A national Galaxy Poll has revealed the vast majority of Australians think that science needs better support, and credit Australian science for their good health and wellbeing. The key findings of the Poll are: 94% of Australians think that science and technology is important to their health and wellbeing; 70% believe that Australian science has […]
“We are here because we’re passionate about our contribution. This is our opportunity to speak to the people who make the decisions.” – Dr Rebecca Johnston, Superstar of STEM and Director of the Australian Museum Research Institute — Hundreds of scientists, mathematicians, engineers and technologists gathered in the morning light of the beautiful Gandel Hall […]