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.
Science & Technology Australia is excited to offer two scholarships to STEM practitioners with an Indigenous background to attend Science meets Parliament in Canberra on 13-14 February next year. This is delivered in partnership with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQuS). Science meets Parliament brings around 200 Australian scientists and technologists to Canberra […]
Nations are made great by science and technology. The Babylonians were an agricultural powerhouse and their advances in irrigation and the domestication of animals propelled their thriving society for thousands of years. The Egyptians’ passion and talent for engineering – which led to the development of sophisticated naval technologies; the construction of the great pyramids, […]
Science & Technology Australia prepared this submission for the Review of Australia’s Space Industry Capability, led by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. It is the view of Science & Technology Australia, representing more than 68,000 STEM professionals, that the opportunities for this nation in the commercialisation of space are considerable. The sector as […]
The peak body for science and technology in Australia says that an evidence-based approach is imperative following the decision not to pursue the recommendations of Australia’s Chief Scientist to introduce a Clean Energy Target (CET). “The continued focus on meeting our emission reduction commitments is heartening, and we hope that the process of reaching these […]