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.
Outstanding contributions to science have been recognised by the Australian Academy of Science, which has presented its 2021 honorific awards to 24 recipients.
Australian governments have been acknowledging the contributions of women to STEM, as well as announcing incentives to join the sector.
The prizes recognise outstanding achievements in scientific research, research-based innovation and excellence in science teaching.
The global competition encouraged participants to build world-class data science techniques that accelerate novel COVID-19 research and drive smart and safe decision-making.
Professor Mark Febbraio won the award for leading the development of a potential new treatment for obesity, type 2 diabetes and muscle mass loss.
2020 Eureka Prizes go to a 'milkshake for malaria', ABC's Coronacast and an energy-making sewerage system26 November, 2020 by Noor Gillani, Deputy Editor, Science and Technology, The Conversation
The prizes, presented by the Australian Museum, acknowledge a diverse group of brilliant minds tackling global problems.
ANSTO has announced accolades for Professor Peter Lay and Dr Wei Kong Pang, in recognition of their contributions to synchrotron research.
A team that was instrumental in the world-first detection of gravitational waves has won the 2020 Prime Minister's Prize for Science.
The 2020 Nobel Prizes recognise the discoveries of hepatits C, black holes and CRISPR/Cas9 genetic scissors.
C3.ai is encouraging data scientists, developers, researchers and creative thinkers from around the world to participate in the C3.ai COVID-19 Grand Challenge.
Each year, ATSE recognises leading lights who make extraordinary contributions to technological science and engineering in Australia.