Diversity and inclusion are key to our future. The Academy’s Fellowship must be diverse in every way.
The new Fellows' pioneering contributions span nutrition, neuroscience and pure mathematics, among other disciplines.
The Academy’s premiere annual event brought together more than 500 attendees for a three-day event featuring 36 speakers.
The Academy is seeking support in its goal to ensure that excellent Australian researchers are recognised for their contributions.
The Academy will work with the Government to ensure the economy and workforce can benefit from advances in science and technology.
The Academy welcomes the reappointment of the Hon Karen Andrews to Cabinet as the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology.
Sixty years ago, on 6 May 1959, the Shine Dome was officially opened as the home of the Australian Academy of Science.
Professor Jenny Graves AO FAA is one of 125 scientists recently elected to the United States National Academy of Sciences (NAS).
Dr Nicholas Murray will compete with 20 other scientists from APEC economies for the award.
Ten of New South Wales’ brightest science students converged on Canberra to meet leading Australian scientists.
Applications open for Falling Walls Lab 2019
Influence and impact of Academy stronger than ever
New Theo Murphy Initiative opportunities for EMCRs
Help kickstart creativity in competition that blends science and art in schools
Join us to hear how AI and VR are changing lives
Opportunities for scientists
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