This Academy, along with the other learned academies, is an integral part of Australia’s response to the pandemic.
It is now as important as ever to recognise those who have made a difference within their field of research.
Australia and New Zealand’s science, research and innovation sectors have united to support governments to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Academy’s response to COVID-19 remains strong and highly focused on where it will benefit most.
Tap into webinars and virtual catch-ups for EMCRs, and find out more about EMCR representation on National Committees for Science.
The Academy is offering support, advice and resources to systems, schools and teachers as they provide alternative methods of delivering education to students at home.
The Academy is encouraged by indications that National Cabinet will make public future models based on Australian data on a regular basis.
John Shine, Jane Visvader and John Endler have been elected Fellows of the world’s oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
Jane Elith and Roger Summons have been internationally recognised by their peers for outstanding contributions to research.
The Academy’s iconic Shine Dome is a popular venue for Canberra meetings and events, so plan ahead.
The Academy has made multiple submissions to government, and national meetings to plan species discovery and documentation go ahead online.
Professor Herbert Huppert from Cambridge University made strong connections with scientists while delivering lectures in seven cities across Australia.
Opportunities for scientists
Honorary editor: Professor Yuri Estrin FAA
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