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 IPCC report has put scientific evidence on the front page of the world’s newspapers. Here's Alan Finkel's take.
Our experts talk transport.
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.
To drive greater collaboration and wider benefits for Australia, the R&D Tax Incentive should offer a premium rate for R&D undertaken with Australian publicly funded research organisations.
Australia’s research system is a key contributor to Australia’s economic, social and environmental prosperity. The Academy encourages efforts to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Australia’s research funding systems.
ATSE President Professor Hugh Bradlow has welcomed the Chief Scientist's speech on artificial intelligence.
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.
Australia's energy future
The NSW Government must investigate how current industry support initiatives could be streamlined, aggregated and/or reformed to have greater impact
Two of Australia’s most innovative young food and agriculture professionals will win the 2018 ICM Agrifood Award. Nominations are now open.
The Batterham Medal is an early career award for a graduate engineer who has achieved substantial peer/industry recognition for their work in the past five years. Nominations for the 2018 award are open now and close 13 April 2018
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