Dr Cathy Foley shared her thoughts on the importance of ethics and diversity when creating next generation technologies in the January issue of ATSE’s IMPACT magazine.

Graphic representation of a brain with artificial intelligence

As Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Foley sees herself as a role model for all young people who might not realise that they can aspire to a career in science.

ANU Solar Racing, Dr Foley and Evelyn Fox

Science advisers from the Forum of Australian Chief Scientists, the Government Scientists Group and the National Science and Technology Council came together for a workshop focused on science and technology priorities for 2022.

Dr Cathy Foley at Desk

The new technologies will change the way you and I live our lives, from the cars we drive to the materials we use to build and power our homes, from the way diseases are diagnosed and treated, to the way we communicate and interact.

Dr Cathy Foley

The Quantum Commercialisation Hub is the first step to securing Australia’s quantum future, providing an avenue for talented Australians to build their companies and technologies.

A quantum computer

Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley has congratulated the most recent cohort of Australian Science Policy Fellows, saying that their contributions are playing a major part in her work to place science at the heart of policymaking for the Australian government.

Australian Science Policy Fellowship program

Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley, has co-signed a statement with international science advisers reinforcing the need for action to address climate change, and emphasising that science and innovation will play a continuing and essential role in our future.

image of the earth from space

Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Cathy Foley has welcomed Open Access Week from 25 October, which puts a focus on the need for research findings to be more widely available and easily accessible.

Unlocking the academic library.

Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley, has addressed the crucial need to build public trust as artificial intelligence plays an increasing role in day-

Artificial intelligence, a huge opportunity.

Australia’s Chief Scientist has a message for our senior high school students finishing their final year of school: "Don’t lose heart. Year 12 is your last year at school and it might feel like the end of something. But actually it’s the beginning of the rest of your life!"

Chief Scientist Cathy Foley