The conference brings together researchers on all aspects Australasian mammal research, including conservation, biomedical research, physiology, evolution, and citizen science.
Registrations and abstract submission open February 2018, early bird registrations close 20 April, poster abstracts due 18 May 2018.
This Congress will be the international meeting for 2018 in the Asia-Pacific Region and offers the opportunity to meet and discuss radiation safety matters in all areas of application of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation.
The human brain is a complex system: the most sophisticated machine that science has yet encountered. We are only just discovering how much we still have to learn.
At Science & Technology Australia (STA), we are lucky to have some of Australia’s leading women in STEM – researchers, innovators, communicators and advocates – as members of our leadership group. We are excited to celebrate them this International Women’s Day for the contributions they have made to their field, to Australian science and technology, […]
SEE A SUMMARY OF THE REPORTS FINDINGS A national survey of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics workforce has yielded mixed results for women in STEM, with a smaller wage gap than in other sectors but fewer opportunities for promotion. Overall, STEM salary increases have crept ahead of the national average, and conditions have slightly […]