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Women in STEMM Aust Jun 16
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AMOS 3h
ICYMI - David Karoly was on breakfast radio with during to discuss all things weather and climate (listen from 1:38).
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FLEET Centre 3h
Join & FLEET for a quantum-themed pitchfest. Help judge emerging quantum physicists as they pitch ideas to commercialise their science, and discover frontier Australian quantum research. This Friday 9PM, Caloundra
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RACI 3h
Take advantage of many membership benefits and support the peak body for : become an RACI member today! Until 30 June, use code NEWMEMBER19 to get $20 off full membership.
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RN Breakfast 4h
'We don't score strongly on collaboration across OECD countries ... our ability to work across academic, industry, public sector is not as strong as it should be ... we need a common and bigger vision for Australia', on the report.
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CSIRO 7h
Today we launch the Australian National Outlook 2019. It's guided by one question: What will Australia look like in 2060? outlines a path towards an inclusive, prosperous, sustainable, and globally competitive Australia. 📖
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO 11h
was great fun this evening with our marvellous panel - , Prof. David Karoly, and Prof. Martin Van Kranendonk. Thanks for all the curly questions! You can catch the full episode on iview.
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AMSI 16h
"90% of our PhD students will go out to industry so it is valuable for them to get industry experience during their studies" says speaker, Emeritus Professor Doreen Thomas
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AuScope 18h
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Kylie Walker 18h
Can’t wait to see on tonight!
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Science&TechnologyAU 20h
Tune in for tonight's on at 9:35pm - Our President, , joins a panel of great STEM professionals including and . If you're feeling keen, you can also submit a question at
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ABC Q&A Jun 16
Tonight on , join , , Prof. David Karoly, and Prof. Martin Van Kranendonk for a stellar line up of scientific minds. 9.35pm AEST on
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RACI 24h
Poster abstract submissions for are closing on Thursday, 20 June. Don't miss out on presenting your work to the carbon community and submit soon!
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gemaker 23h
Applications for Australia 2019 close on July 11. invites apps from postdocs & students, entrepreneurs, engineers & innovators. The Aust winner will win entry to Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin + their travel expenses!!
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AINSE 24h
A reminder to all Aus/NZ ECRs with existing or upcoming collaborations with - applications for our A$10,000 Early Career Researcher Grant are closing soon (July 1)! Visit for more information and to apply.
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WiN Australia Jun 16
It's that time again - make the voices of in heard in the annual Professionals Australia and Professional Scientist Employment & Remuneration Survey at
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Science&TechnologyAU Jun 16
Replying to @ozprodcom
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Science&TechnologyAU Jun 16
Replying to @ScienceAU
The report found that equity of access was improved for low SES and 'family-first' students, but regional, remote and indigenous students saw little improvement. The report says a focus on improving literacy and numeracy may reduce the under-representation of these groups.
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Science&TechnologyAU Jun 16
The released an analysis of the demand-driven system today: "Overall, the demand-driven system succeeded in increasing the number of students and made progress in improving equity of access. However, many are entering university ill-prepared..."
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ABC Q&A Jun 15
Here's a reminder to submit a question for , , David Karoly, , or Martin Van Kranendonk. Perhaps you'll be asking the Science panel tomorrow night:
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