Infrastructure needs a fresh look

Posted on 10/12/2014
ATSE Focus puts Australia‘s infrastructure under the microscope

CAESIE Priming Grants

Posted on 8/12/2014
CAESIE, the Australia-EU S&T collaboration body, has announced 36 new grants

CRCs need backing and boosting

Posted on 27/11/2014
ATSE backs the CRC program and calls for doubled funding

New national water reform strategy needed

Posted on 20/11/2014
ATSE says Australia needs a new national water reform strategy

Fellows Spotlight

Ron Sandland heads weather review

Posted on 21/01/2015
Fellow Dr Ron Sandland has been appointed chair of the Technical Advisory Forum which will review the Bureau of Meteorology’s climate records

Graeme Clark wins US Russ Prize

Posted on 12/01/2015
Australia's bionic ear pioneer and Academy Fellow, Laureate Professor Emeritus Graeme Clark, is a joint recipient of the prestigious 2015 Russ Prize

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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. Read more

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