Chief Scientist’s Submissions

Senate Inquiry Submission – Australia’s Innovation System

On July 23, 2014, Professor Chubb delivered a Senate Inquiry submission on the state of the Australian Innovation System.

Australia’s Chief Scientist provided a submission to the Senate Economics References Committee on the challenges to Australian industries and jobs posed …

23 July 2014

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House of Representatives Submission – Fisheries and Aquaculture

Australia’s Chief Scientist provided a submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Agriculture, Resources, Fisheries and Forestry on the Role of Science for Fisheries and Aquaculture.

The submission included an analysis of the supply of research graduates to …

11 June 2012

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$54 Million Commitment to Mathematics, Engineering and Science

$54 Million Commitment to Mathematics, Engineering and Science

Tonight’s announcement of a $54 million budget allocation by the Government to support science, mathematics and engineering education was warmly welcomed by Australia’s Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb.

8 May 2012

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Getting results from Australian international agricultural research

Getting results from Australian international agricultural research

In February, Professor Ian Chubb and a panel of international experts released an independent report on a framework for international agricultural research within Australia's aid program.

16 February 2012

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Senate Inquiry Submission - Engineering

Senate Inquiry Submission – Engineering

On February 1, 2012, Professor Chubb delivered a Senate Enquiry submission on the state of engineering in Australia.

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Senate Inquiry Submission - Agriculture

Senate Inquiry Submission – Agriculture

On February 1, 2012, Professor Chubb delivered a Senate Inquiry submission on the state of agriculture and agribusiness in Australia.

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