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Women in AI and Data Awards

Food waste helps secure future fish

Regional research set to get digital boost

ANSTO develops new tech to minimise mining footprint

Women in AI and Data Science awards

Innovative women in AI (artificial intelligence) and data science from Australia and New Zealand are being recognised at the first ever event in Sydney.

Regional research set to get digital boost

The Australian Academy of Science along with the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER), congratulates the 26 recipients of the Regional Collaborations Programme COVID-19 Digital Grants.


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Women in AI and Data Science awards

Innovative women in AI (artificial intelligence) and data science from Australia and New Zealand are being recognised at the first ever event in Sydney.

Regional research set to get digital boost

The Australian Academy of Science along with the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER), congratulates the 26 recipients of the Regional Collaborations Programme COVID-19 Digital Grants.

Collaboration to grow local smarts in emerging capabilities

Collaboration to support Australia’s growing space, defence and national security capabilities.

Science meets Parliament delivers online

For 21 years, Science meets Parliament has been developing the advocacy skills of STEM professionals, and connecting them to decision-makers to nurture strong relationships and dialogue between the STEM sector and Government.

Food waste helps secure future fish

Human food scraps could be used to create high-quality food for farmed fish, leading to a more sustainable global fish economy.

ANSTO develops new tech to minimise mining footprint

New, cutting edge technology provides insights into climate change and minimises the effects of mining by making it more efficient.



University science

Industry Futures: latest issue of Australian University Science

As science delivers new insights and tools, new industries are emerging. Australian University Science magazine highlights these stories

Why we work better together

University science works with the CSIRO to build communities around new and groundbreaking areas of research as well as facilitating connections and collaborations with industry.

Five ways science is fuelling new industries

Australia’s strong science research and training are integral to driving new economies.



Thought Leaders

Why we work better together

University science works with the CSIRO to build communities around new and groundbreaking areas of research as well as facilitating connections and collaborations with industry.

University science mobilises in a pandemic: Opinion

Professor John Shine AC FRS PresAA on the proud history of university science helping us to understand, protect against, and prevent many infectious diseases, from influenza to the viruses that cause some cancers.

Celebrating 30 years of CRC success

It’s 30 years since the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program was established. During this period, it has boosted productivity, grown the economy and created jobs.



Innovation

Collaboration to grow local smarts in emerging capabilities

Collaboration to support Australia’s growing space, defence and national security capabilities.

ANSTO develops new tech to minimise mining footprint

New, cutting edge technology provides insights into climate change and minimises the effects of mining by making it more efficient.

Government calls for consultation on uni research fund

Have your say in the University Research Commercialisation consultation paper.


Technology

Women in AI and Data Science awards

Innovative women in AI (artificial intelligence) and data science from Australia and New Zealand are being recognised at the first ever event in Sydney.

Bioinformation is about to change the world

We are now at the point when synthetic biology techniques can allow information to flow from digital systems into living organisms, paving the way for technologies of vast potential, say Macquarie University researchers.

AI can now learn to manipulate human behaviour

Artificial intelligence (AI) is learning more about how to work with (and on) humans.