By Alan Duffy, Swinburne University of Technology Globally, science is at a crossroads. In the USA, a protectionist stance from policymakers and an increasingly inward focus have resulted in a restive public, giving rise to protest across spheres and sectors. This has sent ripples across the world, including in Australia. While the practice of scientific inquiry […]
Science & Technology Australia is proud to announce the appointment of Brodie Steel as Project Officer for our new Superstars of STEM Program. “Brodie’s passion and commitment to elevating the visibility of women in STEM, and her strong experience in project management, make her the perfect candidate to help Superstars of STEM soar,” said STA […]
This Workshop will focus on the definitions of biochemical failure as well as the assessment and potential treatment of patients judged to be suffering from it.
If held end-to-end, the meetings organised today would have filled more than 24 hours, as 200 STEM professionals were matched with a Member of Parliament or Senator who shared an interest in their area of expertise today. Their meetings gave them the chance to pitch their work and celebrate the achievements of their sector. Among […]
Science & Technology Australia (STA) welcomes the release of the Australian Science Statement by Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO, today. A long-term, whole-of-government strategic direction for Australian science and technology has been desperately needed, the peak body said. People working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics will be […]
“Scientists can be politically active without politicising their science,” Anna-Maria Arabia, Chief Executive, Australian Academy of Science Lively debate, panel discussions, news ideas, epiphanies and an immersion in the world of politics – and all that in just 12 hours. The first day of Science meets Parliament has drawn to a close and delegates have […]