AMOS is having a 30th anniversary celebration this year, and they will be marking the occasion with a 2 day symposium in Melbourne this August.
Applications have closed – appointments will be announced in October. Science & Technology Australia are seeking nominations for a number of positions on our Board. To nominate, you must be a member of an STA member (non-affiliate) – you can find the full list of eligible organisations here. We particularly welcome nominations from those with […]
Last financial year, Science & Technology Australia successfully amplified the voices of our members, advocated for science and technology on the federal stage, reached a record number of Australians through our numerous communications channels, and increased our capacity to represent Australia’s STEM sector, with membership growth of 12.5%. We also created our new Superstars of […]
Better ways to apply the huge volumes of data being generated and new pathways to encourage and support international research collaboration were among the obstacles to overcome and plans for the future discussed during workshops between scientists, technologists and policymakers today. STEM professionals and government policymakers came together in Canberra to craft tangible outcomes and […]
More than 100 scientists and policymakers met in Canberra to discuss burning issues in Australian science and technology. At a time where society is facing numerous challenges that can and should be informed by science and technology, experts will discuss why evidence, research, and reason lead to the best policy outcomes. This year’s Science meets […]
Science meets Policymakers will bring together researchers from a range of disciplines and policymakers from various government departments to examine the intersection between the evidence base and policy development.