The L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Australia & New Zealand Fellowships have been announced, but are programs such as this enough to keep women in the industry?
Research to improve bone marrow transplantation and to use computer science to understand how stem cells work has won two Australian scientists $55,000 each.
Biotech researchers and entrepreneurs are being encouraged to apply for funding from Australia's first national biotech incubator.
AusBiotech has announced the winners of its Industry Excellence Awards and appointed Geoffrey Kempler as its new Chair.
Funded through the NHMRC Ideas Grant scheme, the 248 projects will deliver important discoveries to improve the health of Australians.
Professor Edward C Holmes played a significant role in the global scientific response to COVID-19.
Two individual fellowships, each totalling $1.25 million over five years, are awarded each calendar year.
The Professional Scientists Employment and Remuneration Report found that over 70.6% of scientists said worker fatigue had increased.
The prizes honour excellence across the areas of research and innovation, leadership, science engagement and school science.
The Nobel Prizes are this year celebrating their 120th anniversary, with several new laureates being announced during the week of 4–11 October.
CytoCell University aims to partner with scientists to provide innovative and expert training on the basics of fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH).
BioAgilytix Labs describes 360biolabs as the most comprehensive contract research organisation in Australia.
The Office for Women is providing $39.8 million over three years to 60 organisations as part of the Women's Leadership and Development Program.
Australians strongly trust science and scientists, think science strengthens the country, and want more investment in science to speed our post-pandemic recovery.
The webinar will explore the fundamentals for researchers taking their first steps into establishing a single-cell workflow in their lab.