Recipients across seven categories share $750,000 in prize money and have the opportunity to showcase important work undertaken in their field.
Professors Jamie Cooper and Rinaldo Bellomo were recognised for their innovative research that has revolutionised critical care medicine on a global scale.
The Ramaciotti Foundations have awarded over $1.9 million in grants to support biomedical research in Australia.
Research to improve bone marrow transplantation and to use computer science to understand how stem cells work has won two Australian scientists $55,000 each.
Professor Edward C Holmes played a significant role in the global scientific response to COVID-19.
Two individual fellowships, each totalling $1.25 million over five years, are awarded each calendar year.
The prizes honour excellence across the areas of research and innovation, leadership, science engagement and school science.
The Nobel Prizes are this year celebrating their 120th anniversary, with several new laureates being announced during the week of 4–11 October.
Fresh Science is a competition helping early-career researchers find, and then share, their stories of discovery.
Professor Steven Chown has been recognised by the French Government for his extensive environmental research and policy contributions on Antarctica.
Prof Balasubramanian and Prof Klenerman co-invented Solexa–Illumina next-generation sequencing technology, which has enhanced our basic understanding of life.
The international award is aimed at encouraging the best and brightest thinkers in the world to focus on ways to improve the health of older people.
The annual competition aims to recognise the best in life science imaging, with the winning images selected from nearly 700 submissions from 61 countries.
Approximately $2.5 million is being invested in innovative research projects across the ear, nose and throat sector.
The Australian Academy of Science invites applications for the APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE Prize) for 2021.