The Australian Academy of Science invites applications for the APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE Prize) for 2021.
Outstanding contributions to science have been recognised by the Australian Academy of Science, which has presented its 2021 honorific awards to 24 recipients.
Australian governments have been acknowledging the contributions of women to STEM, as well as announcing incentives to join the sector.
World Science Festival Brisbane is back from 24–28 March 2021, celebrating science and human resilience in an unprecedented era of global change.
The prizes recognise outstanding achievements in scientific research, research-based innovation and excellence in science teaching.
The 2021 Australian Healthcare Week Expo will feature six free-to-attend on-floor programs designed for all areas of the healthcare community.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Mesa Biotech and completed its acquisition of Henogen.
The grant will enable a major upgrade to the Murchison Widefield Array, giving the giant radio telescope the power to read and process signals captured from distant outer space.
The global competition encouraged participants to build world-class data science techniques that accelerate novel COVID-19 research and drive smart and safe decision-making.
Professor Mark Febbraio won the award for leading the development of a potential new treatment for obesity, type 2 diabetes and muscle mass loss.
The antiviral drug remdesivir is not recommended for patients admitted to hospital with COVID-19, regardless of how severely ill they are.
Hypersonix Launch Systems will receive Australian Government funding to fast-track development of a reusable 'green' hypersonic scramjet capable of placing small satellites into Low Earth Orbit (LEO).
2020 Eureka Prizes go to a 'milkshake for malaria', ABC's Coronacast and an energy-making sewerage system26 November, 2020 by Noor Gillani, Deputy Editor, Science and Technology, The Conversation
The prizes, presented by the Australian Museum, acknowledge a diverse group of brilliant minds tackling global problems.
ANSTO has announced accolades for Professor Peter Lay and Dr Wei Kong Pang, in recognition of their contributions to synchrotron research.