April 27, 2012

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Who’s killing Australian science?

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Anna-Maria Arabia says our scientific innovation is world class but is at risk if the government and private sector stop investing.

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February 27, 2012

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Interview with Julie Jabour

Interview with Julie Jabour

Julie Jabour UTAS (BA, Grad.Dip.ASOS (Hons), PhD) Leader, Ocean and Antarctic Policy Research Program Communicating the findings of scientists in the Ocean and Antarctic Policy Research Program to policy makers is a critical task in the formation of policy for the oceans and Antarctic region. What does your position involve? My two key social sciences/humanities [...]

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July 27, 2011

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Greenpeace & Monckton in the same camp?

Written by Anna-Maria Arabia, CEO, Science & Technology Australia. First published on The Punch, 27 July 2011. Over the last few weeks a disturbing trend has come to pass. Those sitting on both the left and right sides of political debates have sought to express their views by attacking and undermining the work of scientists. [...]

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July 25, 2011

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Steaming Toad talk tsunamis

Steaming Toad talk tsunamis

Professor James Goff, co-director of the Australian Tsunami Research Centre at UNSW joins HG Nelson and Dan Iliad at the table to talk tsunami research. (Click ‘Continue reading…’ to view the video)

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July 20, 2011

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Submit to peer review Lord Monckton

Written by Dr Cathy Foley, President, Science & Technology Australia. Lord Christopher Monckton has one thing in common with all scientists, politicians, business leaders, media outlets and the general public: we all wish climate change was not real. I’m willing to bet Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott wish climate scientists across [...]

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July 19, 2011

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Science under the microscope

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HG Nelson and The Hungry Beast’s Dan Ilic have a somewhat serious discussion with Professor Chris Turney on climate change past and present. (Click ‘Continue reading…’ to view the video)

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