Advancing science for a healthy, sustainable and prosperous Australia

Professor Ian Chubb AC commenced his role as Australia's Chief Scientist on Monday 23 May 2011.

Future Events

More events

News

  •  . $slide->post_excerpt .

    Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Australia's FutureRead Article

  •  . $slide->post_excerpt .

    Australia 2025: Smart Science - How the scientific disciplines will make Australia betterRead Article

  •  . $slide->post_excerpt .

    The Curious Country: Download the Chief Scientist's Free E-BookRead Article

  •  . $slide->post_excerpt .

    The National Adviser for Mathematics and Science Education and IndustryRead Article

  •  . $slide->post_excerpt .

    Climate Change: The story so farRead Article

Speeches & Interviews

  • PROFESSOR CHUBB RELEASES “SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS: AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE”

    2 September 2014

    On 2 September, Professor Chubb released his recommendations for a strategic approach to science and its related fields.

    “Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Australia’s Future outlines what we need to do to build a stronger, more competitive Australia,” Professor Chubb said at Parliament House.

  • EDITORIAL: SCIENCE MAGAZINE

    29 August 2014

    Professor Chubb has written an editorial for Science magazine to coincide with a meeting of science advisors from around the world in New Zealand. The editorial comes ahead of Professor Chubb’s release of his recommendations for a strategic approach to science and its related fields at Parliament House on Tuesday.

  • SPEECH: AUSTRALIAN Science Industry eXchange (ASiX)

    21 August 2014

    On 20 August Professor Chubb delivered a keynote speech to the Australian Science Industry Exchange in Melbourne.

More articles

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

PROFESSOR CHUBB RELEASES “SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS: AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE” 2 September 2014

On 2 September, Professor Chubb released his recommendations for a strategic approach to science and its related fields.

“Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Australia’s Future outlines what we need to do to build a stronger, more competitive Australia,” Professor Chubb said at Parliament House.

More Media