Innovation a key to meeting technology challenges

Posted on 16/04/2014
Focus 183: Australia’s resilient economy is facing significant structural change and technological innovation has a key role to play in providing the solutions.

Productivity the key to food and fibre future

Posted on 14/04/2014
Australia can feed 60 to 80 million people but the future of food and fibre production for export will depend on productivity increases. Read more

Australia needs to embrace new manufacturing

Posted on 26/03/2014
Advanced manufacturing communique and media release. Australia risks losing its manufacturing industry base unless it embraces 'new' manufacturing.

Antarctic science needs support

Posted on 5/03/2014
Antarctic Strategy submission and media release

Fellows Spotlight

Maree Smith's research wins $48M investment

Posted on 14/04/2014
International investors back pain relief drug

Harry Poulos honoured by US engineers

Posted on 12/03/2014
Fellow elected to National Academy of Engineering (NAE)

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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.

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