The science brain drain that is hurting Australia

Professional Scientists Australia today released a national study looking at the conditions and remuneration of scientists in Australia. The Professional Scientists Employment & Remuneration Report found significant concern among Australia’s scientists about de-professionalisation and cost-cutting in their industry. Click here to read the media release and download the report.

It’s personal – a message from the President of Professional Scientists Australia

Professional Scientists Australia ensures the skills and expertise of scientists and STEM workforce issues are front-row-centre in all our activities. This imperative remains urgent as we wind up 2017 and look toward the challenges of 2018. Professional Scientists Australia’s participation in the Research and Innovation Alliance, our affiliation with Science & Technology Australia and our…