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2022 Australian Academy of Science nominations now open

From 25 Feb 2021 to 01 May 2021

The annual Australian Academy of Science (AAS) awards are open for nomination and application and support and shine a light on researchers who are making outstanding contributions to science and progressing the advancement of science in Australia.

Awards include the 2022 honorific awards and support for research conferences, research awards and travelling fellowships.

The AAS is seeking applications and nominations of outstanding scientists from all career stages, backgrounds and genders across its various awards, and strongly encourages more nominations of women for all awards, in particular the premier, career and mid-career honorific awards. You can review all of the award options on this Awards poster 2022.

All honorific award nominations close 1 May 2021.

All research conferences, research awards and travelling fellowships applications close 1 June 2021.

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FameLab

Ongoing

FameLab is a live science communication competition that aims to discover charismatic early career scientists who can inspire people to see the world from new perspectives. It is run annually in Australia and in over 25 countries across the world. 

If you think you can explain a scientific concept to a general audience, in just three minutes, FameLab's the competition for you! You could become the new face of science, represent your country at the FameLab International final in the UK, and open doors to global opportunities in science communication.

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WOMEESA network

WOMEESA is a 100% volunteer run association aiming to create a unified Australasian network of women working in Earth and Environmental Sciences across academia, industry and government.

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500 Women Scientists

More than 20,000 women of STEM and supporters from more than 100 countries have signed in support of 500 Women Scientists, pledging to build an inclusive scientific community dedicated to training a more diverse group of future leaders in science and to use the language of science to bridge divides and enhance global diplomacy. Projects include an international database of women in STEM, resources for gender equity and a wikipeda-edit-a-thon.