ATSE is an independent body of more than 800 Australian scientists and engineers seeking to enhance Australia’s prosperity through technological innovation.
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Our list of ATSE Fellows comprises some of the most influential names in technological sciences and engineering. They’re an important group of people – one that’s been responsible for a number of key technological advancements over the past 40 years.
Michael Mclaughlin wins Borlaug Award
Bronwyn Evans to Chair Growth Centre
ATSE is made up of some of Australia’s leading thinkers in technology and engineering. It’s an eclectic group, drawn from academia, government, industry and research, each with a single objective in mind – to apply technology in smart, strategic ways for our social, environmental and economic benefit.
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Focus Magazine 189: Australia's Liquid Asset: Meeting our water reform challenges
Unconventional Gas: Shale and Coal Seam Gas in Australia Opportunities and Challenges
This report focusses on developing metrics from existing data collections of Australian university research that can serve as indicators for research engagement, knowledge transfer and/or collaboration
Water is our most essential substance, so we need to focus on optimising its use and stewardship
The Academy has identified that technologies can play a major role in reducing healthcare costs when they are socially accepted and widely adopted
ATSE believes that the proposed priority areas do address a key energy challenge for Australia.
ATSE recommends that Australia must retain an individual regulatory body to ensure continued safety of the Australian population and grow and promote globally competitive medicine and medical device industries in Australia
ATSE provided comments on the Australian Government’s Boosting the commercial returns from research issues paper.
Whilst shale gas exploration is still at an early stage, Australia needs to act quickly to assess its shale gas reserves and resources, as well as consider the potential social, economic and environmental impact of shale gas production
The CRC Programme has gererated benefits to the economy along with widespread benefits to the environment and the community, and spill-overs to nearly every industry and sector
The Australian economy depends on well-developed and extensive transport networks that move people, goods and resources domestically and offshore
Australia must position itself to be capable of meeting not just its near-term emissions reductions commitments but its longer term conditional emissions reductions targets
ATSE spearheads a campaign to change the way Australia values research
ATSE Focus calls for rejuvenated approach to national water reform
Professor Michael McLaughlin FTSE, a CSIRO Science Fellow and a Research Professor in Soil Science at the University of Adelaide, is the 2015 IFA Norman Borlaug Award laureate
Dr Bronwyn Evans FTSE, CEO of Standards Australia, will chair the Government’s Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Growth Centre
Enhancing Australia's prosperity through technological innovation