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Ocean Detectives Return with Climate Clues

12 March 2024

The longest science voyage by CSIRO research vessel RV Investigator has returned to Australia with one of the most comprehensive datasets ever collected in the Southern Ocean. Over 60 days and 12,000 kilometres, the voyage…
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Decade of Recovery for Rock Lobster Stock off Tasmania’s East Coast

12 March 2024

Southern rock lobster stock off Tasmania’s east coast is recovering well thanks to management actions introduced in 2013 through the State Government’s East Coast Stock Rebuilding Strategy. These actions were based on IMAS stock modelling…
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Australian Academy of Science – Awards and Funding Opportunities

5 March 2024

Nominations close 1 May 2024 for academic honorific awards! The Australian Academy of Science offers two types of opportunities for scientists. Our honorific awards recognise outstanding contributions to the advancement of science across the career spectrum. Our…
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Nominate a Future Shaper

28 February 2024

Young Future Shapers are in Years 5-10 and get a personalised success plan, invites to virtual events and the choice of: A mind-blowing STEM Camp; An epic local STEM adventure; or An awesome prize pack…
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2024 Tasmanian National Science Week Grant Now Open

26 February 2024

Grants for STEM engagement during National Science Week 2024 in Tasmania are now open! This August, showcase your organisation, your science, your ideas to everyone with the help of our engagement grants! National Science Week,…
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2024 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes

20 February 2024

Established in 1990, the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes are the country’s leading science awards. This year, there are 18 prizes on offer that cover a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines, including botanical science, research software,…
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Exploring STEM Opportunities in Tasmania

20 February 2024

Looking for someplace to visit that stimulates the mind? Looking for a school program for a deeper dive into your STEM passion? Want to get involved with citizen science? Look no further. Our new webpage,…
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Scientists Rescue Red Handfish in Hot Water This Summer

13 February 2024

Twenty-five red handfish have arrived at IMAS Taroona in a rescue effort to safeguard them against the predicted high sea and atmospheric temperatures this summer. “The home of the red handfish is facing severe habitat…
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2024 SciPub Inspiring Women in STEMM Fellows

13 February 2024

The 2024 fellows of Science in the Pub’s Inspiring Women in STEMM grant are Ella Smalley (Menzies), Saranya Viswanathan (Medicine), and Esmat Sarafraz (Plant Science). The Grant provides funds for the selected applicants to set…
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Australian Museum Eureka Prizes

13 February 2024

The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes are the country’s most comprehensive national science awards, honouring excellence across the areas of research & innovation, leadership, science engagement, and school science. Presented annually in partnership with some of…
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Little Scientist Early STEM Awards

8 February 2024

The 2024 awards theme is “Overcoming gender bias in early STEM education”, which means the nomination process will call on services and educators to demonstrate how their moving the needle on gender stereotypes and implicit…
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National Contribution Towards the Conservation of the Tasmanian Devil to Mark the Crowning of Her Majesty Queen Mary of Denmark

29 January 2024

Many Tasmanians will watch Denmark celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Frederik and Her Majesty Queen Mary on Sunday 14 January with interest, and a sense of pride at seeing a woman who grew…
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