Embracing innovation, technology and science is critical to powering our economy to provide jobs and high living standards for all Australians.
The National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA) sets a focus on science, research and innovation as long-term drivers of economic prosperity, jobs and growth. The Minister announced the NISA on 7 December 2015, committing $1.1 billion over four years to 24 measures. The NISA complements a broader government investment in science, research and innovation.
Read the full Agenda report to find out more about the policy and research underpinning the Agenda.
The Agenda focuses on four key pillars:
Australia’s National Science Statement sets a long-term approach to achieving a strong science system.
Last updated: 8 April 2021
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