The global pitch competition was aimed at startups from around the world focused on developing world-changing products to promote healthy futures.
The Hub is set to support world-class research, innovation, collaboration and commercialisation in the space sector.
The government funding will be put towards the Superstars of STEM program and the work of the Women in STEM Ambassador, including the Future You initiative.
Have you ever wondered why we can trust the clean water coming out of our taps? The results of your blood test? That it's actually a litre when you fill up?
Cytiva has announced the winner of its first BioChallenge for the Australia and New Zealand region (ANZ).
Australia's Economic Accelerator is a $1.6 billion program that aims to create world-beating businesses from the country's leading research.
The Australian Government is offering grants of up to $1m and also supporting new scholarships to support women and girls in securing STEM jobs.
The webinar will discuss the requirements of next-generation manufacturing execution systems and how companies can achieve accelerated pharma digitalisation.
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 Trailblazer program is offering up to $50m for a consortium of businesses and researchers to develop and build a small rover that will head to the Moon.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more than three-quarters of people globally said they trust science (80%) and scientists (77%) either "a lot" or "some".
The Ramaciotti Foundations have awarded over $1.9 million in grants to support biomedical research in Australia.
Professor Mark Hutchinson has commenced as President of Science & Technology Australia while Professor Chennupati Jagadish has been appointed to lead the Australian Academy of Science.