Building more coal-fired power stations would be an environmental and economic mistake, according to the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE).
The National Energy Guarantee can provide a mechanism providing Australians with low-cost, reliable and low-emission energy but requires more work.
ATSE President Professor Hugh Bradlow has welcomed the Chief Scientist's speech on artificial intelligence.
ATSE has welcomed the national energy guarantee, but warns there's much more to do to mitigate climate change.
ATSE has welcomed a plan for school maths and science teachers to have studied those subjects at university.
Thirty-eight innovative technology-business projects have been awarded funding in the third round of Priming Grants announced today by Senator Michaelia Cash, Minister for Jobs and Innovation.
Using a weed to fight cancer, creating a multi-million-dollar medical devices business and creating a drug that fights leukaemia are among the achievements to be honoured at a gala dinner in Melbourne tonight.
IMNIS is on offer in every state for the first time this year.
A Space Agency will help grow Australian capability and speed the development of niche domestic industries.
Now is the time for more monitoring and research into environmental water management, not less.
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.
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)
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
The $7,000 grant links SMEs and researchers with international partners to bring real world applications to research ideas
The Academy congratulates its Fellow Professor Michelle Simmons FAA FTSE who was named 2018 Australian of the Year. We also congratulate 10 Fellows who received Australia Day honours.
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