Archived News for Research Sector Professionals - December, 2012
Over 100 of the nation’s top water managers and scientists are set to meet in Canberra in a bid to develop a new vision of how we can better measure outcomes from water initiatives from across Australia.
The Tasmanian Government has officially opened the new Entura Clean Energy and Water Institute, which it says will strengthen the state’s position as a leader in renewable energy.
The South Australian Government has called on the public to comment on a consultation paper released last week which will aim to shape the future of the State’s science, research and iinnovation policies.
A Monash University researcher who's work focuses on the development of more targeted drugs with fewer side effects has become the first Australian to be awarded the prestigious John J. Abel Award in Pharmacology by the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET).
10 of Australia's universities are performing above global average for research, with four of those performing well above world standard, according to a new report released by the Federal Government.
90 top university students from Australia and the Asia Pacific region have been recognised for their outstanding work after being awarded the 2013 Prime Minister's Australia Award.
Supportive parents and a highly engaged community are key to the success of a well rounded education, according to a new report released by the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY).
A team of researchers from Monash University have established, for the first time, an effective way of producing graphene, a substance which promises to revolutionise fields from computers to organ regeneration.
The Federal Government has welcomed the unveiling of the new, $51 million Murchison Widefield Array, the latest piece of the Square Kilometre Array in outback Western Australia.
The earth is on track for a 6°C increase in global temperatures if the current rate of emissions is maintained, according to the latest research released by the Global Carbon Project (GCP).
The Australian Antarctic Division and Antarctica New Zealand have announced they will be conducting the first joint Antarctic science conference in Hobart from 25-27 June 2013.