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Health of Australian science
This report presents an overview of Australia's science system, outlining both strengths and vulnerabilities.
Australia's STEM workforce: science, technology, engineering and mathematics
This report presents a comprehensive analysis of people with STEM qualifications and how STEM qualifications are used in the Australian workforce.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Australia’s future
Presents recommendations for Australia to take a strategic approach to science and its related fields, focusing on: building competitiveness, supporting high quality education and training, maximising research potential and strengthening international engagement. Introduction The global economy is changing. New technologies and smart companies lead. New...
Benchmarking Australian science, technology, engineering & mathematics
When compared with 11 Western European countries, the United States and Canada, Australia performs well in the share of the world’s top 1 per cent of cited research papers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Introduction In March 2014 the Office of the Chief...
The importance of advanced physical, mathematical and biological sciences to the Australian economy
This report aims to aid policy making and public discussion based on rigorous estimates of the current contribution of the core sciences. The Office of the Australian Chief Scientist commissioned the Australian Academy of Science to develop two complementary reports on the importance of recent...
The importance of advanced biological science to the Australian economy
The Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) and the Australian Academy of Science (AAS) commissioned the Centre for International Economics (the CIE) to investigate and measure the importance of recent advances in the biological sciences to the Australian economy. This work followed an earlier similar...
STEM Programme Index 2016
This guide aims to help teachers and students access over 250 science, technology, engineering and mathematics programmes. Foreword It takes fourteen years, or thereabouts, for young people to progress from pre-school to Year 12 in Australia. What happens to them in that time ought to...