Australian environmental scientists Dr Tim Doherty and PhD student Nicole Foster have been awarded the Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship Award.
Fifteen Australian institutions have received the inaugural Athena SWAN Bronze Awards for improving gender equity and diversity.
Four Australians were among the winners of MIT Technology Review's Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific competition for 2019.
Australia has been ranked fifth globally on Clarivate Analytics' Highly Cited Researchers (HCR) list.
The Young Tall Poppy Science Awards recognise the achievements of outstanding young Australian researchers who are passionate about communicating their research.
Georgina Long and Richard Scolyer have tripled the life expectancy for some advanced melanoma patients and transformed how the cancer is managed worldwide.
Frost & Sullivan has presented INTEGRA Biosciences with the 2018 Global Laboratory Pipetting Company of the Year award.
The PolarDry line of electrostatic spray dryers, manufactured by Fluid Air, was recently recognised at the 10th Annual Vogel Pharmaceutical Engineering International Forum.
The $250,000 Prime Minister's Prize for Science went to Professor Kurt Lambeck for revealing how our planet changes shape — every second, every day and over millennia.
Last week, Arthur Ashkin, Gerard Mourou and Donna Strickland were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2018.
Dr Richard Manchester has won one of Australia's highest honours for work in the physical sciences — the Australian Academy of Science's Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture.
Voting for the People's Choice Award in the 2018 Centenary Institute Medical Innovation Award (CIMIA) is now open.
Surgical glue that seals wounds in 60 seconds, the world's most accurate clock and a nanomaterial to protect astronauts from harmful radiation are among the discoveries and inventions that were recognised at the 2018 Eureka Prizes.
The Young Tall Poppy Science Awards are on once again, recognising outstanding young Australian researchers who are passionate about communicating their research.
Number theorist Akshay Venkatesh has become the second Australian in history to win a Fields Medal, often described as the Nobel Prize for mathematics.