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ANU's Dr Si Ming Man has won the annual Commonwealth Health Minister's Award for Excellence in Health and Medical Research for 2018.
Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews has announced a series of partnerships in the Asia Pacific to support female leaders in business and STEM.
AXT has signed an agreement to distribute stem cell solutions from StemBioSys to researchers in Australia and New Zealand.
Microba, an Australian biotech company specialising in gut microbiome analysis, has received a $4.1 million investment from global precision medicine company Macrogen.
AMS Instrumentation & Calibration has been appointed the exclusive distributor for the Bronkhorst range of thermal, Coriolis and ultrasonic flowmeters and controllers for low flow rates of gases and liquids in Australia and its territories.
From protecting beer production against climate variability to gene editing, the TropAg conference will feature a variety of discussions from food scientists and innovators.
SCHOTT, an international technology group in the areas of specialty glass and glass ceramics, has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Australian microfluidic company MINIFAB.
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.
Australia's leading science bodies have responded to the re-election of the Morrison government, and the reappointment of key ministers to Cabinet, with an air of cautious optimism.
The Fellows were congratulated by Academy President Professor John Shine, who acknowledged the "collective impact of their science on an international scale".