Science meets Business brings together leaders in the business world and the science, technology, engineering and mathematics sectors.
A Senate Committee’s recommendation to wind up the Education Investment Fund (EIF) will have tangible negative effects on Australia’s capacity for research. The peak body for science and technology has labeled the move shortsighted and potentially damaging to research at Australian universities. Kylie Walker, CEO of Science & Technology Australia (STA), said current funding for […]
STA convened an expert working group of representatives from our membership to prepare a submission for the Review of the National Gene Technology Scheme. The focus of our submission was to highlight the fast pace of research in gene technology, the need for better public understanding and education around this research, the value in benchmarking against other […]
This year the conference theme will be the science behind biosecurity and the protection of the economy, environment and community from negative impacts associated with insect pests.
Registrations for Science meets Business are now open, and members of STA and leaders in business and industry are invited to register now. Speakers will include Senator Arthur Sinodinos (Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science), Catherine Livingston (UTS Vice-Chancellor), Senator Kim Carr (Shadow Minister for Industry, Innovation, Science and Research) and many more leading figures […]
This media release was distributed on behalf of the National Research and Innovation Alliance. Basic research and long-term funding focus welcomed by Australia’s research leaders The National Research and Innovation Alliance welcomes Labor’s science, innovation and research agenda outlined today by the Opposition Leader, the Hon Bill Shorten MP. The Opposition Leader laid out his […]