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Science at the Shine Dome is an annual three-day event in May where Australia’s most influential scientists gather at the Shine Dome in Canberra to celebrate science and to honour outstanding achievements in science. It is also a valuable networking opportunity for Australian Academy Fellows, early- and mid-career researchers, government representatives, politicians, media, science associated organisations, and the science-interested general public.

Join us to celebrate the excellence of Australian science!

Day 1 | Tuesday 28 May

Annual Symposium – Power Up Australia, the sustainable way

The 2019 symposium focuses on sustainable energy creation in Australia. The symposium will cover different facets of energy research from diverse scientific disciplines. Join us to hear from keynote speakers, along with a range of other leading scientists.

New Fellows Admission Ceremony

Our newest Academy Fellows will be formally admitted to the Australian Academy of Science, followed by a cocktail reception. All are invited to join us to celebrate the significant achievements of the Academy's New Fellows.

Day 2 | Wednesday 29 May

New Fellows Seminars

Following their Admission on Tuesday evening, each new Fellow will present their work and achievements in the Ian Wark theatre. All talks are 10mins and pitched at a general science audience. This is a unique opportunity to hear from leading scientists from a wide range of disciplines at the one event, in the one room, as well as network extensively. 

Annual Gala Dinner

The 2019 Gala Dinner will be held at the National Museum of Australia. The dinner is an opportunity to celebrate and network, as well as hear from a guest speaker (TBC). The Matthew Flinders Medal will also be presented to Dr Richard Manchester FAA at this special event.

Day 3 | Thursday 30 May

Awards Presentations

Each year, researchers receive highly sought-after honours for outstanding achievements in their scientific fields. These awardees will be presented with their medals and recognised for their work. 

EMCR Workshops

Four workshops will be available to EMCRs on a range of professional development topics, such as media, presentations skills and more. EMCRs are invited to join us for these workshops to develop important skills relevant to their careers.

AGM

The AGM is a closed session for Fellows of the Academy. 

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Contact Information

events@science.org.au

9:15 AM May 28 - 4:30 PM May 30, 2019

Science at the Shine Dome 2019

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Event program (PDF 5MB)

Science at the Shine Dome is an annual three-day event in May where Australia’s most influential scientists gather at the Shine Dome in Canberra to celebrate science and to honour outstanding achievements in science. It is also a valuable networking opportunity for Australian Academy Fellows, early- and mid-career researchers, government representatives, politicians, media, science associated organisations, and the science-interested general public.

Join us to celebrate the excellence of Australian science!

Day 1 | Tuesday 28 May

Annual Symposium – Power Up Australia, the sustainable way

The 2019 symposium focuses on sustainable energy creation in Australia. The symposium will cover different facets of energy research from diverse scientific disciplines. Join us to hear from keynote speakers, along with a range of other leading scientists.

New Fellows Admission Ceremony

Our newest Academy Fellows will be formally admitted to the Australian Academy of Science, followed by a cocktail reception. All are invited to join us to celebrate the significant achievements of the Academy's New Fellows.

Day 2 | Wednesday 29 May

New Fellows Seminars

Following their Admission on Tuesday evening, each new Fellow will present their work and achievements in the Ian Wark theatre. All talks are 10mins and pitched at a general science audience. This is a unique opportunity to hear from leading scientists from a wide range of disciplines at the one event, in the one room, as well as network extensively. 

Annual Gala Dinner

The 2019 Gala Dinner will be held at the National Museum of Australia. The dinner is an opportunity to celebrate and network, as well as hear from a guest speaker (TBC). The Matthew Flinders Medal will also be presented to Dr Richard Manchester FAA at this special event.

Day 3 | Thursday 30 May

Awards Presentations

Each year, researchers receive highly sought-after honours for outstanding achievements in their scientific fields. These awardees will be presented with their medals and recognised for their work. 

EMCR Workshops

Four workshops will be available to EMCRs on a range of professional development topics, such as media, presentations skills and more. EMCRs are invited to join us for these workshops to develop important skills relevant to their careers.

AGM

The AGM is a closed session for Fellows of the Academy. 

Shine Dome,15 Gordon Street Australian Capital Territory

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