The Academy is delighted that former Academy President Emeritus Professor Kurt Lambeck AO FAA FRS has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
Former Academy President Emeritus Professor Kurt Lambeck has been awarded the 2018 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
The Academy has joined with the Australian Department of Health to launch a series of videos, articles and images to promote the benefits of immunisation.
In 12 months the Academy has produced more than 200 breaking news and other science videos and articles resulting in one million likes on its Facebook page.
The Academy's new 10-year plan for Australian geoscience has the aim of unlocking Australia’s hidden mineral wealth.
The Academy is leading the development of a national approach to big data in Australia and is asking stakeholders for their views.
Applications are now open for funding for projects and workshops under the Regional Collaborations Programme.
The development of science in mid-20th century Australia and food security in the Pilbara will be the focus of research funded by the Academy.
Future Earth Australia ramps up its activities with a symposium and national EMCR workshops.
Women in STEM consultations are underway, and the challenges and priorities for agriscience were the focus of a meeting in Canberra.
Professor David Cooke has been acknowledged for his research into the world’s major copper–gold deposits.
Independent selection of research grants essential for integrity of Australia’s research system
To blink or not to blink—Academy Fellow delivers 2018 Lloyd Rees Lecture
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