Astronomy within our community has changed dramatically over the last few years. With the ARC Centres of Excellence Astro-3D and OzGrav now in full swing and the joining of ESO in 2017, it is clear that collaboration on national and global scales plays an important role in answering the big questions in astronomy.
The scene was set by the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, the Hon Karen Andrews MP: “Science needs business, business needs science, and Australia needs both”. A range of leaders, from different sectors, disciplines and areas of expertise, shared a host of advice with the hundreds of delegates in attendance. The first sessions for […]
Today, hundreds of Australian science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and business leaders are pondering the potential of big data and high tech to secure a more prosperous future for Australia. Professor Emma Johnston AO, President of Science & Technology Australia, says experts from Microsoft, Google, Pfizer, and many other industry leaders will meet with researchers from […]
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 […]
Come see some of the latest space technology and hear from Australian experts and entrepreneurs who are working to secure Australia’s place in the new space age.