The Mapping University Prerequisites in Australia paper, a joint report by the Office of the Chief Scientist and Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, analyses university mathematics and science prerequisites for domestic undergraduate courses in the disciplines of Architecture, Computer Science, Economics and Commerce, Education, Engineering, Health and Medical Science, and Science.

This mapping exercise highlights Australia’s breadth of research capability in foundational and applied research related to bushfires across the national coordination initiatives.

The second Australia’s STEM Workforce report once again provides a comprehensive analysis of Australia’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) trained workforce.

The Office of the Chief Scientist has published a fact sheet outlining the battery storage that would be needed for worldwide grid-scale energy storage.

The Office of the Chief Scientist has published a datasheet summarising student performance and participation in science and mathematics in Australian secondary schools, and the supply of qualified teachers.

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.

A position paper released today by the Office of the Chief Scientist outlines steps t

On December 1, the report Benchmarking Australian Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics was released.

On 2 September, Professor Chubb released his recommendations for a strategic approach to science and its related fields.