The 2017 winner of the Prime Minister's Prize for Science, Professor Jenny Graves AO, has been elected to the coveted National Academy of Sciences in the US.
The Australian Government has announced $3.4m to improve STEM equity in Australia and boost the participation of girls and women in STEM careers.
The directors of Don Whitley Scientific are sad to announce that the company's founder and chairman, Dr Don Whitley, has died at age 89 after a short illness.
The board of medicinal cannabis company AusCann has announced the appointment of Ido Kanyon as Chief Executive Officer, commencing 22 May.
For Australia's oldest PhD graduate, Dr David Bottomley, learning is a lifelong journey.
Australia's first ambassador for Women in STEM, astrophysicist Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith, is joining UNSW as Professor of Practice in Science Communication.
Six of Australia's most prominent scientists, including a Nobel Prize winner, have been appointed as board members of the National Science and Technology Advisory Council.
The Women in Leadership Development (WILD) Program is designed to increase female participation at an executive and board level.
The Fellows were elected in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the health and medical research landscape in Australia.
Science & Technology Australia has elected nine new members to its board.
The Australian Government has extended Dr Alan Finkel's term as Australia's Chief Scientist for a further two years to the end of 2020.
Karen Andrews has been appointed to Cabinet as the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, making her the first female federal Cabinet Minister from the Gold Coast.
Nominations are now open for the Superstars of STEM program, which supports and trains women in STEM to share their passion with the Australian community.
Dr Cathy Foley will start her new role at the end of September, and said her priority will be promoting science, STEM and women in science.
The NSW Government has announced the appointment of world-renowned robotics expert Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte as the next NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer.