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STELR now in 400 schools

Posted on 1/09/2014
ATSE’s STELR program is now operating in 400 schools across Australia to boost student Interest in science and technology

ATSE calls for better research impact assessment

Posted on 27/08/2014
The Academy has proposed a new system to encourage collaboration between researchers and industry

Technology holds the key to better health

Posted on 7/08/2014
Focus August edition tackles a key issue

CAESIE Priming Grants Call

Posted on 4/08/2014
CAESIE makes a second call for applications for Priming Grants

Fellows Spotlight

Simon Foote to Curtin School

Posted on 2/09/2014
Professor Simon Foote will head the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University.

Ashley Bush wins Victoria Prize

Posted on 27/08/2014
Professor Ashley Bush has won the Victoria Prize for life sciences or his work in neuroscience.

Two Fellows win Laureate honours

Posted on 25/08/2014
Professor Rose Amal and Professor Veena Sahajwalla win ARC Laureate Fellowships

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STELR

The STELR (Science and Technology Education Leveraging Relevance) Project is a national secondary school science education initiative of ATSE.

Developed to address the decreasing number of students choosing to further their studies in the enabling sciences and mathematics, STELR focuses key contemporary issues such as global warming and climate change.

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  • Focus magazine cover health technology
  • Engineers Australia Convention 24 to 28 November 2014 Melbourne
  • download the ATSE Food and Fibre report