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

DSTO a key to our defence capabilities

Posted on 17/11/2014
ATSE says DSTO is a key to our Defence capabilities

Energy Green Paper has gaps

Posted on 13/11/2014
ATSE says the Energy Green Paper has weakness in three critical areas

Intelligent networks the key

Posted on 5/11/2014
ATSE says ‘intelligent networks’ are the key to future electricity supplies

Fellows Spotlight

Neil Foster joins European Academy

Posted on 8/12/2014
Professor Neil Foster joins the European Academy of Sciences and Arts

Max Lay wins EA's top award

Posted on 28/11/2014
Dr Max Lay FTSE has been awarded Engineers Australia’s top award – the 2014 Peter Nicol Russell Medal

Michael Cowley takes Award

Posted on 24/11/2014
Professor Michael Cowley FTSE, an internationally recognised physiologist, has won the Inaugural Jacques Miller Medal

Max Lu wins Australia-China award

Posted on 20/11/2014
Professor Max Lu, UQ Provost, is the Education Category inaugural winner in these new Awards

Megan Clark joins Rio Tinto Board

Posted on 20/11/2014
Dr Megan Clark FTSE, retiring CEO of CSIRO, has joined the Board of Rio Tinto

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