Occasional Paper Series
The Office of the Chief Scientist’s Occasional Paper ‘STEM skills in the workforce: what do employers want?’ is now available for download.
The paper summarises the results of the commissioned report ‘Australia’s STEM workforce: a survey of employers’.Read more
11 October 2013
A new paper released by the Office of the Chief Scientist today summarises the changes to the global climate that are already happening.
The paper, ‘Climate Change: The story so far’ states that “While the future impacts …Read more
11 October 2013
The occasional paper ‘Climate Change: The story so far’ was realeased by the Office of the Chief Scientist today.
A ‘Climate Change Q&A’ has been written in support of this paper.
Download the Q&A here.
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Urgent action must be taken to address the rising threat of antibiotic resistance, according to a new paper released by the Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) today.Read more
Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb has released a new look at our national scientific performance.Read more
The next edition of the Occasional Paper Series has been released focusing on Australia’s role in global security – particularly in sharing our expertise internationally.Read more
5 September 2012
The Office of the Chief Scientist has released the fourth issue in the Occasional Paper Series, titled: STEM Education and the Workplace. The paper examines science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills, employer demand for graduates in …Read more
The Office of the Chief Scientist’s third report in the Occasional Paper Series is now available for download. It examines some of the methods that help to keep your money, personal details and identity safe everyday.…Read more
The Office of the Chief Scientist’s second report in the Occasional Paper Series is now available for download. It examines recent data from the OECD Science, Technology and Innovation Scoreboard.…Read more
The Office of the Chief Scientist has launched the first report in its Occasional Paper Series, examining the risks and benefits of geoengineering to mitigate the effects of climate change. You can download a copy of the PDF by clicking …Read more