Read the March 2021 ASP Newsletter

Please download the latest ASP newsletter to read at your leisure over the Easter holiday period (www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/ ), Vol 32 Issue 1 March 2021, it’s packed with news about our conference and AGM and some fabulous news updates from our researchers and Journals with some truly stunning images. In this newsletter: 2021 ASP Annual General…

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Read the December 2020 ASP Newsletter

Festive Greetings from the ASP! Please download the latest ASP newsletter to read at your leisure over the holiday period (www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/ ), Vol 31 Issue 5 December 2020, it’s packed with fabulous stories from our researchers and Journals with some truly stunning images. In this newsletter: ASP Climate-Focus seminar series and our first event “Sustainability…

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Superstars of STEM

THE SEARCH BEGINS FOR AUSTRALIA’S NEXT CONSTELLATION OF #SuperstarsofSTEM A nationwide search begins today for the next 60 Superstars of STEM – brilliant women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics who want to step into the spotlight as media stars. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews will launch the next round of applications…

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STA Members Update April 2020 and annual Employment and Remuneration Survey

Professionals Australia and Science & Technology Australia invite you to participate in the annual Professional Scientist Employment and Remuneration Survey. Through this survey, you will contribute to the most comprehensive benchmark report of scientist remuneration and employment conditions in Australia. The survey will also provide important insights into the unprecedented impact that COVID19 has had…

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COVID-19 Expert Database

The Australian Academy of Science has launched a national COVID-19 Expert Database. The database is championed by Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel AO. They are calling on experts from a broad range of fields who can contribute to the national and global effort to tackle and recover from COVID-19 to register on this database.…

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Volunteers to assist with COVID-19 testing

The Australian Society for Microbiology (ASM) is putting together a database of qualified people who are willing to be called upon in case of a potential staff shortage to assist with COVID-19 testing (or any other requests required) at hospitals or any other diagnostics lab across Australia. This database will be shared with local public…

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The Mike Bull Award for Early Career Nature Scientists

The Fund The late Professor Mike Bull made a notable contribution to the scientific community, such as the first published record of monogamy in a reptile, the sleepy lizard (aka shingleback lizard, bobtail lizard). He mentored around 50 PhD students and numerous researchers over the course of his career, contributing over 320 research papers to…

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