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Renowned fusion laboratory honors pioneering physicist Richard J. Hawryluk
Biophysicist Paul Hansma joins National Academy of Inventors
Mental illness shouldn’t be a rite-of-passage for older Australians says peak body for psychologists
New disability strategy to increase Australian Public Service employment opportunities
APS welcomes Victoria’s ban on gay conversion practices
APS Blockchain Network launched successfully
AAAS names 7 Washington University faculty as 2020 fellows
PPPL presents discoveries and plays a prominent role at global physics gathering
Productivity Commission: Psychologists welcome opportunity for generational reform
Morrison’s race to bottom
Our thanks to staff of National Incident Centre after a year of continuous operation
Psychology providing a way forward for 1 in 3 Australians living with pain
Five MIT researchers receive awards from American Physical Society
Innovation and digitalization key for agriculture development in Europe and Central Asia
Watt Webb, biological imaging techniques pioneer, dies
A psychologist in every school to make sure no Victorian child is left behind
Hunter Class Frigate Program engagement with Australian industry grows
Six physicists elected 2020 Fellows of American Physical Society
Forced working from home ‘experiment’ a success for public service
Greene wins APS’s Bonner Prize for Nuclear Physics
Federal Budget: Psychologists applaud doubling of Medicare sessions & welcome focus on system reform
Psychologists welcome Government’s decision to increase mental health services in aged care
New material senses neurotransmitters in brain
Optical Society Mourns Passing of Nobel Laureate Arthur Ashkin
New IAEA Publication Illustrates Nuclear Power’s Vital Role in Mitigating Climate Change
Australia’s psychologists welcome telehealth extension, and call for it to be made permanent
APS appoints Dr Zena Burgess PhD as Chief Executive Officer
Veteran Family Advocate appointed
Boosting Australia’s naval shipbuilding capacity through new Naval Architecture program
Working from home beneficial for employees & organisations
Union members win Geelong Tax jobs
APS calls for two key changes to Medicare to ensure mental health support for all
And Public Sector Innovation Awards winners are…
Federal Government decision to increase mental health support to Victorians a positive commitment
APS honors scientists for plasma physics excellence
Government Services in digital age: challenges, plan and delivery
Innovation Month: showcasing creativity of public sector
Strengthening Defence intelligence
Scott Morrison fails jobseekers
New tool helps caseworkers tackle elder mistreatment, improve case management
Graphene and 2D materials could move electronics beyond ‘Moore’s Law’
ORNL spectrometry research advances race toward safer rechargeable batteries
Govt to cut Geelong Tax jobs
School psychologists help students get back on track
Psychologists welcome appointment of Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Mental Health
Psychologists warn loneliness is a looming health issue
Australians urged to take care of their emotional health during COVID-19
Online forum to tackle loneliness and social isolation