Cooperation in science and technology is a key element in national science and innovation systems and is vital in supporting our economic growth, and social and environmental wellbeing.
Managing research linkages to get the best for Australia.
Australia's energy future
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
Digital technology is profoundly revolutionising the structure of our lives
Applications have closed for the 2018 Australia-China Young Scientists Exchange Program
Managing research linkages to get the best for Australia
Climate change mitigation and adaptation: managing our climate and society
A transdisciplinary workshop was held in Fukuoka in December 2017
Priming Grant funding has been awarded to 40 innovative technology-business projects
Existing water services and planning processes in the majority of cities in the world are poorly equipped to support projected population growth and slow to respond to economic uncertainties
The 2017 round of Priming Grants is now closed
ATSE ran an Australia China Entrepreneurship Program on behalf of the Department of Education and Training, May 2016
The Japan Australia Science Innovation Connect (JASIC) Initiative is now closed.
A 10 year International Science and Technology Engagement Strategy should be a core Government mechanism for boosting long-term commercial returns from Australian research in science and technology and for realising our innovation dividend
International collaboration ensures that the world’s best comes to us and our best goes to the world
ATSE-CERI Low Emission Coal RD&D Workshops and Official JCG Meetings
This program is now closed
Australia’s economic competitiveness and social and environmental well-being depend on translating its science and technology research into industry innovation and application – a process vitally strengthened through effective international engagemen
The International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences
The challenge for an economy like Australia’s, underpinned by large but finite natural resource endowments, is to expand its knowledge base and sustain growth through smart innovation strategies
Promoting Australia's advancement through technology