We need your help to identify scientists who have made outstanding contributions to science in Australia.
These awards shine a light on researchers who have made outstanding contributions to science.
The scientists’ discoveries cross the breadth of research from oceanic circulation to the chemistry of cells.
“The Australian Academy of Science believes it is a matter of urgency that Australia joins other nations in considering these important issues."
The gathering of Australia’s most influential scientists will take place 28–30 May.
The Frank Fenner manuscript collection was recently added to the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register.
Have you ever wondered why your favourite wine tastes, smells and looks the colour it does?
Taxonomy Australia, a new program of the Australian Academy of Science, has launched its website.
The world’s leading science academies have sent a strong message that science has a crucial role in protecting coastal and marine ecosystems.
Applications are now open for EMCR mobility grants valued up to $5000.
From the archives: The Academy's founding document
Future Earth Australia leads co-design of urban sustainability national strategy
Top young physicists to attend Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Join us to hear how 'electronic skin' is enhancing human health
Fellows awarded ARC Linkage Project grants
Shine Dome to open for Canberra Heritage Festival
Academy hosts celebration of Australia–France research collaboration
Academy represented at international events
World-leading cardiovascular researcher visits Australia
Travelling fellowship provides new insights for wildlife management
Vale Dr Margaret Middleton—a pillar of science and the Academy
Opportunities for scientists
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