2023 NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering Nominations Now Open
The NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering reward leading researchers and educators for cutting-edge work that has generated economic, environmental, health, social or technological benefits for New South Wales. Nominations close 17:00 AEST Wednesday 21 June.
Independent inquiry into Menindee Fish Deaths
The Office of the Chief Scientist & Engineer will conduct an independent review into the March 2023 Menindee fish deaths.
Science & Research Breakfast Seminars
Ros Harvey presents 'Is Agriculture Ready for Artificial Intelligence?' at Parliament of NSW.
Next Generation Scientists and Coders to Benefit from Bushfire STEM in Schools Program
Two new bushfire-focused courses will reach a broad range of NSW students and teachers.
$6 Million for Researchers and Startups to Make their Mark in Biotech Infrastructure
New fund to accelerate the scale up and investment in biomanufacturing.
About the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer
The NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer, Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte, consults widely with academia, industry and government to ensure scientific knowledge and research can be adapted and used to benefit the people, environment, industry and economy of NSW.