Australian industry competitiveness depends significantly on the ability to translate investment in science,
research and development (R&D) into economic benefits, and to lift productivity through the uptake of new
technology and technical innovations, including efficient capture of new innovations from overseas.
The REA Pilot has confirmed that REA is a cost-effective and robust measure of research engagement: universities were able to participate in the data provisions with minimal resourcing burdens, making use of the existing systems in support of other internal and external reporting requirements such as ERA and HERDC.
Digital technology is profoundly revolutionising the structure of our lives
The $7,000 grant links SMEs and researchers with international partners to bring real world applications to research ideas
Priority must be given to preparing Australian industry and society to be leaders in the application and development of digital technologies
Professor Nick Birbilis has been awarded The Batterham Medal in recognition of his contributions to engineering in the last five years
Priority must be given to preparing Australian industry and society to be leaders and fast followers in the emergence and development of digital futures
National coordination is needed to meet Australia’s critical need for secure, long-term satellite capability
Australia needs to embrace digital
health technologies and focus on
data integration and standardisation.
ATSE says our mitigation target must be
an effective response to climate science
and a fair share of the global burden
Climate change mitigation and adaptation: managing our climate and society
ATSE strongly supports emissions reductions across all sectors while taking steps to balance the economic impacts of this transition.
Australia needs a suite of complementary measures to incentivise innovation in our business sector
IMNIS has named an Expert Advisory Panel to support its national mentoring program for PhD students in STEM
Engineers are a crucial part of the collaboration that is our future
ATSE is supportive of the new approach to the Code being principles based
The Academy supports the nine infrastructure capability focus areas identified in the draft, but suggests that two additional areas be considered by the Expert Working Group
Nothing is impossible - we can make anything happen if we use our best minds
Promoting Australia's advancement through technology