Event date
Great Hall, Parliament House
Navy blue background with the words 'GSG STEM Expo' in big font, with yellow font telling readers the GSG STEM Expo will be held at Parliament House, Canberra on August 15. Next to the text is a National Science Week character with an octopus on his head. Below the text and character is more text saying 'Government Scientists Group' in big white font.

Come along to the GSG STEM Expo! 

Register your interest to attend in-person or through the livestream here.

On 15 August 2024, the Great Hall of Parliament House will be transformed into the GSG STEM Expo, showcasing the diversity of careers available within the departments, agencies, and regulators that make up the Government Scientists Group (GSG). 

The Expo is an opportunity to interact with the scientists, engineers, technologists, mathematicians, and researchers working within government to solve some of Australia’s biggest challenges.

Unlock your future by coming along and exploring the exciting and unique career opportunities that exist within the GSG agencies. With more than 20 GSG members exhibiting, as well as presenting insights into their working environments and cultures, this is an event not to be missed! 

The Expo is for anyone interested in exploring STEM careers within government, particularly school and university students, and STEM professionals. Presentations will be livestreamed, with details to be published closer to the event. Registration is optional, however by registering, you will receive an event reminder as well as live-streaming details. 

A full list of speakers and more information will be available closer to the event. Keep checking back for updates!

Visit the booths and hear from speakers from the following agencies, regulators and departments:

  • Australian Antarctic Division
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research
  • Australian Federal Police
  • Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority
  • Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency
  • Australian Space Agency
  • Australian Sports Commission
  • Bureau of Meteorology
  • Climate Change Authority
  • Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
  • Defence Science and Technology Group
  • Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
  • Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water
  • Geoscience Australia
  • Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
  • IP Australia
  • National Measurement Institute
  • National Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority
  • Office of National Intelligence
  • Office of the Chief Scientist
  • Questacon
  • Sport Integrity Australia
  • Therapeutic Goods Administration