ATSE has announced 116 scholarships as part of the Elevate: Boosting women in STEM program, while the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science initiative honoured five female scientists from Australia and New Zealand.
Professor Trevor McDougall was recognised for his contribution to our understanding of the fundamental physics of the ocean.
Professors Georgina Long and Richard Scolyer were named NSW Australians of the Year for their immunotherapy approach for advanced melanoma, while Anthony Gill has been named Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year.
Professor David Komander won the 2023 GSK Award for Research Excellence for his work in elevating global understanding of the ubiquitin system.
Professor Michelle Simmons AO, from UNSW Sydney, has received the $250,000 Prime Minister's Prize for Science for her pioneering developments in quantum computing
Two Australian scientists have been awarded CSL Centenary Fellowships, valued at $1.25 million over five years, for their work developing new kinds of cancer therapies.
Significantly, the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded for the research that gave rise to the mRNA vaccines that contained the COVID-19 pandemic and saved millions of lives.
The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences has announced Professor Laura Mackay and Professor David Ziegler as the recipients of the 2023 Jian Zhou Medal.
The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes shine a light on the incredible work being done in science and science engagement in Australia.
Laurent Formery won the grand prize for his stunning image of the nervous system of a juvenile sea star.
Molecular biologists Dr Allan Jacobson and Dr Lynne Maquat received the prize for their contributions to identifying and describing the mechanism of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay.
Nominations for one of the most prestigious and longstanding awards available to the Australian medical research community are now open for 2023.
The theme for this year is Inclusive Science, Technology and Innovation for a Resilient and Sustainable Environment.
The Australian Academy of Science has announced its honorific awards for 2023, in doing so recognising 22 scientists for their outstanding contributions.
Professor Georgia Chenevix-Trench won the GSK Award for Research Excellence for her research investigating genetic predispositions to breast and ovarian cancer.