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Commonwealth Government ANSTO: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
ANSTO is Australia's national nuclear research and development organisation, and the centre of Australian nuclear expertise
Commonwealth Government Chief Scientist of Australia
The Chief Scientist provides advice on science, technology and innovation issues to the Prime Minister. The role provides a link between government and science, engineering, innovation and industry groups, facilitating active communication and input into strategic thinking
Commonwealth Government CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation)
CSIRO is Australia's national science agency. It undertakes scientific and industrial research over a broad range of areas of economic and social value
Commonwealth Government Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research
Web site of the Australian Government Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research
Commonwealth Government National Science Week
Web site for Australia's annual National Science Week, with details of events around the nation, key dates, and general science information
Local Government Phenomena Factory
Phenomena Factory is an interactive science centre located at Launceston's Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. The centre includes over 30 permanent exhibits with regularly changing programs and displays, offering students and teachers a range of exciting experiences, including exclusive educational and school holiday programs
Commonwealth Government Prime Minister's Prizes for Science
Details of the annual science prizes which are a national tribute to excellence and dedication in Australian science, and Australian science teaching. Includes details of current and previous winners, and the nomination process
Commonwealth Government Prime Minister's Science, Engineering and Innovation Council (PMSEIC)
The PMSEIC was established in 1997 as the Government's principal source of independent advice on issues in science, engineering and innovation and relevant aspects of education and training. On 20 January 2011 the Prime Minister announced reforms to the Council
Commonwealth Government Questacon: the National Science and Technology Centre
Home page of Questacon (National Science and Technology Centre, Canberra), which promotes understanding and awareness of science and technology
State Government Science and research in Tasmania
Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts information on the science and research industry in Tasmania. Includes information on skills development for the sector, events and awards, and publications featuring case studies highlighting the sector's capabilities
Commonwealth Government Science and technology (Australian Government)
Links to Australian Government web sites relating to science and technology
Commonwealth Government
The Australian Government Space Portal which provides information about space-related activities administered by a range of government agencies, that support the nation's strategic, economic and social objectives
State Government WhySci
Networking website helps users share knowledge and resources, and promote important science events around Tasmania developed by the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts and the University of Tasmania

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