Department of Industry,
Innovation and Science
The National Innovation and Science Agenda sets a focus on science, research and innovation as a key long-term driver of economic prosperity, jobs and growth.
Get to know the 12 members and special advisor on the Innovation and Science Australia’s Board.
Innovation and Science Australia has sub-committees for a number of innovation programs.
Released in 2017, Australia 2030: Prosperity through Innovation details ways to strengthen Australia’s ability to innovate. The Plan makes 30 recommendations, each with an aim to generate and capture the benefits of innovation for all Australians by 2030.
The Australia-China Science and Research Fund facilitates stronger collaborative ties between Australia and China in the areas of strategic science, technology and innovation.
We advise the Australian Government about innovation, research and science matters.
The Office of the Chief Economist provides economic advice, analysis and statistics.
The Industry Innovation and Science Women’s Advisory Roundtable advises on how to advance the critical role of women across Australian business, industry, innovation and science.
The National Science and Innovation Agenda (NISA) report explains the four key pillars: 'taking the leap', 'working together', 'best and brightest', and 'leading by example'.
The Measurement Law Review terms of reference set out the scope and purpose of the review.