ATSE and AAS believe the regulatory system for gene technology and new breeding techniques in Australia should be consistent and mutually supportive.
ATSE welcomes the report on STEM education presented to the COAG Education Council as a significant step forward in industry-school partnership.
Australia's energy future
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.
Australia’s pipeline of mining projects is at risk unless industry, government and the research community cooperate on mineral exploration
Comments from NSW Minister of Education Rob Stokes that STEM is a fad have been rejected by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE)
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 Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering support the proposed amendments arising from the technical review of the regulations
ATSE considers that inspiring Australia’s next generation is crucial for the Australian economy to flourish
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
South Australia is gearing up to make a choice about its future – but which party is capable of staying with the pace of change?
We’re more connected than ever – with one swipe, information is at our fingertips. And the digital technology revolution shows no sign of slowing down
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