Australians strongly trust science and scientists, think science strengthens the country, and want more investment in science to speed our post-pandemic recovery.
The first episode of the video series is now live and focuses on palladium catalysed cross-coupling reactions.
The saga surrounding the treatment of COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine has a new development, after a study warning against its use in COVID-19 patients was retracted.
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ISO 22367 specifies a process for a medical laboratory to identify and manage the risk to patients and service providers that are associated with medical laboratory examinations.
Scientists have created a roadmap to insect conservation and recovery, based on achieving targets over different timescales.
ISO 35001 defines the requirements and guidance for laboratories or any other organisation that works with biological agents to control and reduce any risks associated with their use.
The economic and scientific benefits to Australia's membership of major global science organisations have been outlined in a report by the Australian Academy of Science.
The Australian Academy of Science has joined with the Department of Health to promote the benefits, safety and science of immunisation.
The Australian Academy of Science is calling for the nation's views on the barriers and enablers that affect participation, retention and success of women and girls in STEM.
Following an extensive consultation process, Innovation and Science Australia's strategic plan for Australian innovation has finally been made public.
Phenomenex announces the publication of a food testing guide to help the industry meet increasing demands for quality and safety testing.
Innovation and Science Australia (ISA) has concluded that Australia is quite good at coming up with clever ideas but not so good at transferring them into tangible outcomes.
New Zealand researchers have found that only one in six science-based news stories included quotes from independent commenters, and one-quarter of commenters lacked relevant expertise.
Asynt has announced an updated version of its best practice guide developed to enable laboratory personnel to more safely use heating block systems.