To accommodate the growing need for expert advice amongst parliamentarians, Science & Technology Australia has appointed 26 new STEM Ambassadors.
MedChem Australia will bring together leading medical chemistry groups from The University of Sydney, Monash University and the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.
WEHI Director Professor Doug Hilton will replace Dr Larry Marshall as Chief Executive of Australia's national science agency.
The program is available for researchers working in five key areas: HIV, chronic viral hepatitis, haematological oncology, solid tumours and invasive fungal infections.
The NSW Governor pardoned Kathleen Folbigg 20 years after she was convicted for the deaths of her four children, due to the emergence of new scientific evidence.
Australia is lagging behind similar countries in funding basic research, particularly in the medical, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors, according to a new study.
Nominations for one of the most prestigious and longstanding awards available to the Australian medical research community are now open for 2023.
CUREator has announced its second round of funding, awarding $12 million to 19 projects targeting global health challenges.
The theme for this year is Inclusive Science, Technology and Innovation for a Resilient and Sustainable Environment.
The new funding is expected to help improve our knowledge of long COVID in the Australian context.
The review was announced last year to consider the role and purpose of the Australian Research Council (ARC) within the Australian research system.
Brandon BioCatalyst and ANDHealth will deliver the program, aiming to help to commercialise promising Australian biomedical and digital health discoveries.
The Australian Academy of Science has announced its honorific awards for 2023, in doing so recognising 22 scientists for their outstanding contributions.
MS Australia has awarded over $3 million in grants to 22 new projects focused on multiple sclerosis (MS) research.
Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic is encouraging all Australians to get involved in a national conversation to guide the direction of Australia's science priorities.