Research reports and policy
Future Science Computer Science
Negotiating our future: living scenarios for Australia to 2050
This publication was launched at the Shine Dome on 21 February by the Governor-General, Ms Quentin Bryce AC CVO. Her speech is available here.
National Nanotechnology Research Strategy
Physics Decadal Plan 2012-2021: Building on excellence in Physics, Underpinning Australia’s Future
The Science of Immunisation: Questions and Answers was prepared by a
Working Group and Oversight Committee made up of Academy Fellows and
other Australian scientists with internationally recognised expertise in immunology.
Searching the Deep Earth: A vision for exploration geoscience in Australia
The Status and Quality of Year 11 and 12 Science in Australian Schools
Enrolment information in this report is based on data supplied by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and WorkplaceRelations (DEEWR). It was updated in January 2012 based on public statements made by DEEWR.
In February DEEWR indicated the enrolment information referred to two series not one as implied in their January statement. The report has been further updated to reflect this information.
Australian science in a changing world: innovation requires global engagement
Australian Astronomy Decadal Plan mid-term review
The Science of Climate Change questions and answers
Internationalisation of Australian science
To live within Earth’s limits: An Australian plan to develop a science of the whole Earth system
Australia’s renewable energy future
An Australian strategic plan for Earth observations from space
Nanotechnology in Australia: Trends, applications and collaborative opportunities
Towards development of an Australian scientific roadmap for the hydrogen economy
Research and innovation in Australia: A policy statement
The changing risk environment: Ideas for new policy
framework for handling risks
Maximising the benefits from Australia’s formal linkages
to global scientific activities
Monitoring Australia’s scientific research: Partial indicators
of Australia’s research performance (L Butler)