Australia’s premier innovation commercialisation awards, the Clunies Ross Awards, will be presented on Thursday at Brisbane City Hall
ATSE symposium asks the questions about intelligent electricity grids
ATSE says Australia is drastically underusing its stormwater
ATSE symposium in Sydney focuses on intelligent electricity grids
Australia needs to link stormwater management strongly to urban planning processes to maximise the wider benefits of green stormwater infrastructure and technologies to Australian communities
Six mid‐career Australian researchers will visit Korea for exchange placements to study research opportunities in healthy ageing and well-being, environmental sustainability and capturing the benefits of ICT in a digital economy
As a large per-capita emitter, Australia will need to carefully consider how any eventual post 2020 target would be achieved, while minimising any impacts on the economy or Australia’s competitiveness
ATSE spearheads a campaign to change the way Australia values research
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
ATSE Focus calls for rejuvenated approach to national water reform
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 Focus looks at how we optimise our energy options
The future of energy is the future of the nation – so we need to focus on economical, sustainable energy sources
ATSE believes that the proposed priority areas do address a key energy challenge for Australia.
Australia’s agriculture and food sectors relies, more than ever, on strong and stable support for science, research and development, translated to economic impact through various extension mechanisms.
ATSE Focus puts Australia‘s infrastructure
under the microscope
Shaping the way the nation lives, works and moves will depend on getting our infrastructure right – starting now
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.
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