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Jul 2024 Office of the Chief Economist

Resources and energy earnings to further ease after the record peak in 2022–23

Australia’s resources and energy export earnings are forecast to fall over the next 2 years.
Jun 2024

Net zero sector plans for industry, resources and the built environment

We are developing plans to help major sectors transition to a net zero economy. These will support the Australian Government’s Net Zero Plan.
May 2024 Office of National Rail Industry Coordination

Finding rolling stock procurement projects just got easier

This data provides visibility of present and future rolling stock procurement across Australia.
Jul 2024

$2 million to fund hands-on STEM opportunities for young Australians

Community organisations and non-profits are encouraged to apply for the Maker Projects – Community STEM Engagement grants. Applications close 14 August 2024.

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Jul 2024

LLEAF is changing how we use sunlight to grow food

The startup is developing more efficient ways to harness sunlight thanks to our Research and Development Tax Incentive.
Jul 2024

Gas supply and demand outlook for 2024 quarter 4 

The Australian Government will not activate the Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism (ADGSM) for the October to December 2024 quarter.
Jul 2024 National Artificial Intelligence Centre

National Artificial Intelligence Centre moves to the Department of Industry, Science and Resources

This follows a 2024-25 May Budget decision to move the centre from CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation).
Jul 2024

$2 million to fund hands-on STEM opportunities for young Australians

Community organisations and non-profits are encouraged to apply for the Maker Projects – Community STEM Engagement grants. Applications close 14 August 2024.
Jul 2024

$3.8 million in grants for Australia-India scientific collaboration

Five research projects will share the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF) Round 15 funding.
Jul 2024 National Measurement Institute

NMI celebrates 20 years of excellence

The National Measurement Institute (NMI) is celebrating its 20th anniversary. This marks 2 decades of precision, innovation and scientific excellence.
Jul 2024 Office of the Chief Economist

Resources and energy earnings to further ease after the record peak in 2022–23

Australia’s resources and energy export earnings are forecast to fall over the next 2 years.
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18 April 2024

Equality in STEM workplaces: Geoscience Australia

Geoscience Australia is the first Australian organisation to receive 3 SAGE Cygnet Awards for its inclusive and gender equitable workplace.
7 December 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Kiowa Scott-Hurley

Kiowa Scott-Hurley shares her experiences with art, coding, supercomputing and navigating the STEM workplace as a queer Aboriginal woman with a chronic illness.
13 November 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Deanne Fisher

Deanne Fisher leads a research team that uses telescopes across the planet (and in orbit) to study galaxies and the formation of stars.
9 October 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Verity Normington

From a mining area in South Australia to Geoscience Australia, geologist Dr Verity Normington's career path wasn’t always easy.
3 August 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Xia Hua

Dr Xia Hua is a mathematical biologist and senior lecturer at the Mathematical Science Institute at the Australian National University.
20 July 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Tich-Lam Nguyen

Tich-Lam’s journey took her from post-war Vietnam to COO of a major research centre.
20 July 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Sharine ‘Spanner’ Milne

Spanner is a motorcycle mechanic who uses STEM skills in her work every day.
20 July 2023

Women and girls in STEM: Cherie Davidson

Video game developer Cherie Davidson talks Gamergate, ADHD and why underrepresented creative voices are essential.
20 September 2022

Non-binary people in STEM: Ari Moloney

University student Ari Moloney shares thoughts on science communications, self-worth and how highlighting women and non-binary people’s achievements can sometimes trivialise them.
20 September 2022

Women and girls in STEM: Ella Burgun

Ella Burgun is a second-year biological science student at RMIT in Melbourne.
20 September 2022

Women and girls in STEM: Cayt Rowe

Dr Cayt Rowe leads research in the Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) at the Department of Defence.
20 September 2022

Women and girls in STEM: Sherene Loi

Professor Sherene Loi is a medical oncologist specialising in breast cancer treatment. She is also a clinician scientist with expertise in genomics, immunology and drug development.