Science & Technology Australia used its pre-Budget submission to propose a new future fund, while AAMRI addressed the mass exodus of early- and mid-career researchers.
Emergency services have found a tiny radioactive capsule near Newman in Western Australia's Pilbara region, ending a large-scale interagency search for the missing object.
Emergency services are searching for the capsule and are asking the public to report anything that looks like the missing material, which has been described as small, round and silver.
NSW startups are set to be supported under the state government's $40m Biosciences Fund and $7m Quantum Computing Commercialisation Fund.
Over 200 projects will share in $241m through the latest NHMRC Ideas Grants, while NSW's Innovation Research Acceleration Program will improve vital infrastructure and equipment for scientists.
Professor Georgia Chenevix-Trench won the GSK Award for Research Excellence for her research investigating genetic predispositions to breast and ovarian cancer.
Manufacturers of medical devices must put in place a wide range of processes and documentation to meet post-market surveillance requirements.
Professor Alan Cowman won the CSL Florey Medal for revealing how malaria parasites infect humans, while the Next Generation Award went to Chloe Yap for debunking the myth that the microbiome causes autism.
As ATSE announces the first recipients of the Elevate: Boosting women in STEM program, the STEM Equity Evaluation Portal assesses which STEM equity programs are making a difference.
Professor Trevor McDougall has received the 2022 Prime Minister's Prize for Science for his pioneering work in understanding the ocean's role in regulating climate.
Female and non-binary scientists have been lauded in recent days through the Superstars of STEM program and the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science initiative.
Dr Larry Marshall will depart CSIRO as its longest serving Chief Executive in half a century, having acted as its leader since 2015.
ARC Centres of Excellence are focal points of expertise by which high-calibre researchers collaborate to deliver research that benefits Australia.
Acclaimed neuroscientist Professor Glenda Halliday was one of 10 exceptional innovators honoured at the 2022 NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering.