Australia's Chief Scientist

SPI 2016 – STEM Programme Index 2016

A new guide released today by the Office of the Chief Scientist will help teachers and students access over 250 science, technology, engineering and mathematics programmes.

The first national STEM Programme Index (SPI 2016) is an accessible guide to business, university, government and community-led STEM initiatives. It includes in-class, after school, holiday and online activities and resources, catering to a wide and growing range of students.

“The opportunities of the future will be made through STEM, for Australia and the Australians with the skills to thrive through change,” said Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC.

The guide was compiled by the Australian Industry Group and funded by the Office of the Chief Scientist as part of the STEM Skills Partnerships programme.

SPI 2016 is available here, or download the media release.