ANU's Dr Si Ming Man has won the annual Commonwealth Health Minister's Award for Excellence in Health and Medical Research for 2018.
The Queen's Birthday honours have been issued once again, and in 2019 there was no shortage of representatives from the Australian STEM sector on the list.
Medical technologists Australia wide, as well as scientists and researchers based in Victoria, are encouraged to nominate for several upcoming award opportunities.
The 2019 ACTA Trial of the Year Awards recognised the contribution of investigator-led trials to the wellbeing of Australians and improvement to the health system.
The award-winning concept addresses in situ monitoring of chemical composition in microscopic reaction systems on timescales previously inaccessible to nuclear magnetic resonance techniques.
Researchers who have identified potential targets for new medicines for acute myeloid leukaemia and lupus have been named the winners of the 2018 GSK Discovery Fast Track Challenge.
The National Health and Medical Research Council has once again held its annual Research Excellence Awards, this year honouring 23 outstanding researchers.
The quest to find Australia's top scientists, innovators and science teachers is on again, with nominations now open for this year's Prime Minister's Prizes for Science.
Voting is now open for the NSW Women of the Year Awards, which celebrate the outstanding contribution made by women across NSW to industry, communities and society.
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.