Australia should set itself a bold ambition to change our cultural relationship with science – and put it at the very heart of our national self-image, Science & Technology Australia has urged.
Universities and industry need a flexible guiding intellectual property framework to propel further commercialisation, not the handbrake of mandatory one-size-fits-all templates.
Eleven exceptional STEM professionals from across Australia will participate in this year’s Science meets Parliament as winners of our prestigious scholarships.
Every dollar spent on regulatory compliance is a dollar not spent on research, so we should be wary of rising red tape that risks making it harder for universities and industry to collaborate.
STA appreciates the opportunity to provide input to inform the development of a long-term plan to support gender equity in STEM, which is a key priority for our organisation and […]
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 […]