ATSE is an independent body of more than 870 Australian scientists and engineers seeking to enhance Australia’s prosperity through technological innovation.
Our aspirations and endeavours are explained here. We hope you enjoy learning about them
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.
Cherrell Hirst receives honorary doctorate
Dimity Dornan is the 2018 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year
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.
Take a closer look at who we are and what we do, read about the Academy’s mission, history and people.
Nominations open - ICM Agrifood Award
Nominations open - Batterham Medal
ATSE and AAS believe the regulatory system for gene technology and new breeding techniques in Australia should be consistent and mutually supportive.
Australia's energy future
Investment in low-impact, cost-effective technologies will assist in addressing the urgent need to increase the success rate of discovering new Australian mineral deposits in increasingly challenging geological, environmental and social conditions
The risks associated with shale gas development can be managed through evidence based site-specific risk assessment and mitigation
The National Energy Guarantee emissions requirement risks being costly and ineffective if is not part of a long-term national decarbonisation strategy
The 2018 South Australian election provides an opportunity for inspirational policy vision that will ensure the State remains a leader in both society and the economy
The CEFC’s investment mandate must allow it the flexibility to evolve and ensure the institution’s ongoing impact
The NSW Government must investigate how current industry support initiatives could be streamlined, aggregated and/or reformed to have greater impact
Digital technology is profoundly revolutionising the structure of our lives
ATSE welcomes the report on STEM education presented to the COAG Education Council as a significant step forward in industry-school partnership.
ATSE has made a series of recommendations ahead of the COAG Energy Council meeting this week.
ATSE commends the Northern Territory's Government for listening to experts, and we welcome their lifting of the moratorium on fracking.
He will help deliver the 100,000 Genomes Project
He’s the fifth Australian in 42 years to win the Antoine M. Gaudin Award
Her role began in February 2018
Promoting Australia's advancement through technology