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Australia's Chief Scientist Explains Why We Need ...
holds the office of Chief Scientist for Australia. In the following article, Chubb responds to the Science and Research Priorities recently announced by the Federal Government....
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The Prime Minister
US Food and Drug Administration
Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries
'Respecting teachers' key to reversing Australia'...
Respecting teachers key to reversing Australia's dwindling science interest,
says Holding Australia's teachers in higher regard is one of the keys to getting high school students inspired...
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Calls to educate conscientious vaccination object...
HEALTH experts have called for an anti-smoking-style public education campaign to convince vaccine-hesitant parents to immunise their children. Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor
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Australian Medical Association
Reef panel, committee announced
... news Reef panel, committee announced The government has announced a new panel to help it determine priorities for the Great Barrier Reef.Source: AAP SCIENTISTS with expertise in climate...
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Australian National University vice-chancellor Ia...
Professor Ian Young will leave his post at the ANU in 2016. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University Ian Young has announced he will leave the top post next...
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School of Music
A showcase of Australia's open data collections
On 19 June 2015, representatives from over 40 Australian research institutions gathered in Canberra to launch their most recent Open Data Collections: Guest speakers included: Senator the Hon Scott...
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Maker movement makes waves in schools
Lauriston Girls School students (from left) Megan, grade 5; Mardi, grade 6; Lauren, grade 5; (front) Isabella, grade 6; Grace, grade 5 learning how to program Arduino boards to generate sounds. Photo:...
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Is this Australia's newest threat?
Australians who teach maths may soon need to run ideas by Defence before sharing them or risk a jail sentence. Australian academics who teach mathematics may need to run new ideas by the Department...
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