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This year's National Science Week was enormously successful with hundreds of events held across Australia during the week, including some organised by Australia's Royal Societies. This celebration of science was held from 12 - 20 August 2017. Plan now for next year's event which will be held from 11-19 August 2018. The schools theme will be Game changers and change makers. Visit the National Science Week website to find out more. Take the plunge and organise an event yourself! Grants are now open to support new events - closing 12 October 2017 so get your ideas together now!

 

 

 

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The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes reward excellence in the fields of research and innovation, leadership, science engagement and school science. The 2017 winners were announced at the awards dinner held at the Sydney Town Hall on Wednesday 30 August 2017. The Royal Societies of Australia congratulates all past winners on their amazing achievements. More information on The Eureka Prizes website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Congratulations to Professor Jenny Graves AO from Latrobe University and the University of Canberra, the winner of the 2017 Prime Minister's Prize for Science. The award was formally presented by the Prime Minister at a dinner in the Great Hall of Parliament House, Canberra on Wednesday 18 October 2017. Professor Graves has contributed much to Australia's Royal Societies and to the Australian Academy of Science. For more details of the prizes and past winners see the Prime Minister's Science Prizes website.

 

 

 

  

 

The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission Annual Information Statement for the Royal Societies of Australia for 2016 has been submitted.

 

The RSA website is being revised and a new more comprehensive site will appear at this address soon. 

  

The RSA Constitution has been revised in order to simplify it and make it more relevant to member organisations. All Royal Societies across Australia have been asked to contribute to the consultation process, which continues.

 

 
Welcome to the Royal Societies of Australia website

 

The Royal Societies of Australia (RSA) is a national organisation which represents and advocates for the efforts and joint views of Australia's Royal Societies, some of the oldest learned societies in the Southern Hemisphere. The RSA provides a framework for coordinating nationally focussed science-related events and representation across Australia.

 

It facilitates the creation of a single voice for its member societies thereby allowing them to present their collective views to the federal government and its agencies, to business and to the community nationally.

 











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