For those who missed the Australian Science Media Centre’s (AusSMC) online briefing yesterday. Here tis
by Rod Lamberts and Will J. Grant
War has been declared, and those who recognise the fundamental role science plays in everyday life need to decide where they stand.
Building on the budgetary and rhetorical slights of recent months, rumours are now afield that the Gillard government is looking at cutting the National Health and Medical Research […]
A story that highlights: the apparent lack of scientific input into government policy. The effectiveness of anonymous dissident websites…
A proposal to amend the Federal Criminal Code Act could see a number of plants species become outlawed.
The proposed schedule reads as follows:
Any plant containing mescaline including any plant of the genus Lophophora.
Any plant containing DMT […]
First we have the complexities and uncertainties of science and then we introduce a bureaucratic process that can be inefficient and sometimes, incompetent.
I give you a prime example in the case of the Asian honey bee eradication program. Full story continues……
SENATE COMMITTEE ORDERS RECONVENING OF CCEPP TO CONTINUE ERADICATION PROGRAM FOR ASIAN […]
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National President Jesse Shore updates the membership on the latest news Continue reading
The ASC President and Immediate Past President acknowledge and respond to Senator Carr’s science communication report launched 8 February 2010 Continue reading
[ 24 September 2009; 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. ] Join our panel to discuss how research can better inform policy, and the role of science communicators in this process. Continue reading
The National Science Communication Strategy: what it is, why it’s underway now, who’s involved, and the next steps in the process. Continue reading
Submissions for the National Science Communication Strategy are due on 24 August. Read on to find out how to have your say… Continue reading