Science and industry to secure Australia’s future

22 June 2015

The Australian Government will consult with business, industry, the science sector and the wider community to bring about a national approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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The consultations, led by the Minister for Industry and Science and including Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC, will help formulate a policy that will enhance Australian competitiveness, support high quality education and training, maximise research potential and strengthen international engagement through STEM.

The Government’s policy will respond to recommendations made by the Chief Scientist in his paper Science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Australia’s future. Working with industry and science, the Government’s response will ensure that Australia has a steady pipeline of people engaged with STEM, inspired by STEM, studying STEM in higher education and entering the workforce with the knowledge and skills essential to a dynamic advanced economy.

Information about the consultation will be available on science.gov.au, which has been redeveloped as a new site to provide information about the Australian Government’s commitment to and investment in science. The site features news on developments in Australian science, science policy, and building connections between science and industry.The consultations, led by the Minister for Industry and Science and including Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC, will help formulate a policy that will enhance Australian competitiveness, support high quality education and training, maximise research potential and strengthen international engagement through STEM.

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The Government’s policy will respond to recommendations made by the Chief Scientist in his paper Science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Australia’s future. Working with industry and science, the Government’s response will ensure that Australia has a steady pipeline of people engaged with STEM, inspired by STEM, studying STEM in higher education and entering the workforce with the knowledge and skills essential to a dynamic advanced economy.Information about the consultation will be available on science.gov.au, which has been redeveloped as a new site to provide information about the Australian Government’s commitment to and investment in science. The site features news on developments in Australian science, science policy, and building connections between science and industry.The consultations, led by the Minister for Industry and Science and including Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC, will help formulate a policy that will enhance Australian competitiveness, support high quality education and training, maximise research potential and strengthen international engagement through STEM.

The Government’s policy will respond to recommendations made by the Chief Scientist in his paper Science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Australia’s future. Working with industry and science, the Government’s response will ensure that Australia has a steady pipeline of people engaged with STEM, inspired by STEM, studying STEM in higher education and entering the workforce with the knowledge and skills essential to a dynamic advanced economy.

Information about the consultation will be available on science.gov.au, which has been redeveloped as a new site to provide information about the Australian Government’s commitment to and investment in science. The site features news on developments in Australian science, science policy, and building connections between science and industry.

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The Government’s policy will respond to recommendations made by the Chief Scientist in his paper Science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Australia’s future. Working with industry and science, the Government’s response will ensure that Australia has a steady pipeline of people engaged with STEM, inspired by STEM, studying STEM in higher education and entering the workforce with the knowledge and skills essential to a dynamic advanced economy.Information about the consultation will be available on science.gov.au, which has been redeveloped as a new site to provide information about the Australian Government’s commitment to and investment in science. The site features news on developments in Australian science, science policy, and building connections between science and industry.The consultations, led by the Minister for Industry and Science and including Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC, will help formulate a policy that will enhance Australian competitiveness, support high quality education and training, maximise research potential and strengthen international engagement through STEM.

The Government’s policy will respond to recommendations made by the Chief Scientist in his paper Science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Australia’s future. Working with industry and science, the Government’s response will ensure that Australia has a steady pipeline of people engaged with STEM, inspired by STEM, studying STEM in higher education and entering the workforce with the knowledge and skills essential to a dynamic advanced economy.

Information about the consultation will be available on science.gov.au, which has been redeveloped as a new site to provide information about the Australian Government’s commitment to and investment in science. The site features news on developments in Australian science, science policy, and building connections between science and industry.