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The Science Behind Net Zero: New issue of Australian University Science – out now.
Australia’s universities are spearheading the scientific innovations critical to achieving national targets in renewable energy, storage, and reduction of emissions through agriculture and infrastructure.
Professor Sharath Sriram, President of STA and how achieving net zero is a grand challenge that relies on universities’ science innovation, deep history and escalating the journey forward.
University science: poised to deliver on Net Zero policy
5 ways Australian University science drives the energy transformation.

The Science Behind Net Zero: New issue of Australian University Science – out now.

As the world aims to move towards Net Zero emissions, university science is at the forefront of research and innovation.

The science behind net zero

Australia’s universities are spearheading the scientific innovations critical to achieving national targets in renewable energy, storage, and reduction of emissions.

University science: poised to deliver on net zero policy

University science is uniquely placed to inform government policy: ensuring debate is grounded in scientific fact, and coordinating between industry, government and society.


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The Science Behind Net Zero: New issue of Australian University Science – out now.

As the world aims to move towards Net Zero emissions, university science is at the forefront of research and innovation.

The science behind net zero

Australia’s universities are spearheading the scientific innovations critical to achieving national targets in renewable energy, storage, and reduction of emissions.

University science: poised to deliver on net zero policy

University science is uniquely placed to inform government policy: ensuring debate is grounded in scientific fact, and coordinating between industry, government and society.

5 ways Australian university science drives the energy transformation

Research and innovation across diverse disciplines are accelerating our journey to cleaner, more sustainable energy.

Universities lead the way in building energy-efficient infrastructure for a net zero future

Across the nation, universities are at the forefront of designing and implementing low energy buildings.

Universities pioneer innovative chemistry for energy storage in Australia’s Net Zero quest

While renewable energy is vital to realising net zero, storage is key to securing constant supply. For many, batteries are synonymous with energy storage.



University science

The Science Behind Net Zero: New issue of Australian University Science – out now.

As the world aims to move towards Net Zero emissions, university science is at the forefront of research and innovation.

The science behind net zero

Australia’s universities are spearheading the scientific innovations critical to achieving national targets in renewable energy, storage, and reduction of emissions.

University science: poised to deliver on net zero policy

University science is uniquely placed to inform government policy: ensuring debate is grounded in scientific fact, and coordinating between industry, government and society.



Thought Leaders

Chief Scientist calls for a national conversation to develop a new set of national science priorities

The Australian Government has asked me to development of a draft list of national science priorities.

University science supports the critical transition to net zero

Decarbonisation relies on the deep science capability present across our universities and the ability to train the next generation, writes Professor Caroline McMillen AO, Chief Scientist for South Australia.

Professor Ian Frazer AC explores the case for curiosity.

Basic science is far more than the translatable research outcomes it might enable. It is also the catalyst for significant advances in our social and economic wellbeing. 



Innovation

Australia targets net zero emissions with next-generation renewable energy technology

Australia plans to reach net zero emissions by 2050 and our universities are spearheading the scientific innovations to achieve it.

Aussie invention predicts power line faults that can cause bushfires

An early fault detection (EFD) system designed at RMIT University is helping to prevent bushfires and blackouts in North America, Europe and Australia.

Husic tells quantum startups: ‘We will make the world take notice of your work’

Diraq sets sights on world’s first fault-tolerant quantum computer


Technology

Jobs in quantum heat up, with scholarships on offer

Australia’s quantum industry needs skills and is offering generous scholarships to help build the future.

Husic tells quantum startups: ‘We will make the world take notice of your work’

Diraq sets sights on world’s first fault-tolerant quantum computer

Quantum allies push commercialisation 

Governments seek a startup ecosystem beyond quantum computing: Australia’s chief scientist Cathy Foley, speaking at the Quantum Australia conference this week


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