Pop-up science festivals, an astronomical observatory on wheels, and Future Earth innovations are among 39 projects sharing in $500,000 in National Science Week grants.
Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO was sworn in as Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science on 24 January 2017.
I am delighted to preview Above and Beyond, Questacon’s 2017 blockbuster exhibition that taps into the history of aviation and looks to the future to inspire a new generation of global aviation and aerospace innovators.
Saturday, 11 February was International Day of Women and Girls in Science, providing us with the perfect opportunity to acknowledge the contribution Australian women make to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Australia and New Zealand will work together to tackle chronic disease, advance general health care and improve the accuracy and availability of GPS signals as part of our commitment to increase collaboration on research and innovation.
Australian companies will be better placed to take advantage of opportunities in Israel’s biotechnology, ICT, research and development sectors, among others, thanks to a new Agreement signed today.
The trans-Tasman patent attorney regime, a system for joint regulation of patent attorneys in Australia and New Zealand, is now in effect, helping to create a seamless trans-Tasman business environment.
A range of Australian industries, from food and transport logistics to farming and honey bees, will benefit from a $151.5 million investment by the government in four new Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs), which will deliver practical solutions to problems and produce tangible outcomes.
The annual quest for Australia’s top science and innovation minds has begun with the opening of nominations for one of Australia’s most prestigious awards, the 2017 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science.
I’m delighted that 20 small and medium businesses will share in more than $1.8 million in initial funding to develop innovative solutions to solve public sector challenges under the Business Research and Innovation Initiative (BRII).
The Australian Government will invest $4 million over the next four years to help Australian school students put their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning into action.