Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus)
The Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus) is an independent charity dedicated to connecting people with the world of science through news, videos, events and educational resources. Their mission is to find new ways for people to discover and understand science and how it shapes the world around us. They do this through Cosmos magazine and the cosmosmagazine.com website, SCINEMA (an international science film festival), and Australia’s Science Channel with its STEM teaching resources and comprehensive career guides…read more.
Australian Science Communicators
The national forum for science communicators and science journalism
The Australian Science Communicators is the peak body for science communicators and journalists in Australia. Established in 1994 the ASC is a not for profit represents more than 1650 subscribers and 450 members working in science and communication, including science journalists and writers, public information officers for academic and research organisations, scientists, museum professionals, educators, filmmakers and may and many other diverse professions united by the common theme of making science accessible…Read more.
Australia’s Science Channel
Australia’s Science Channel is Australia’s first free and open publishing platform for science stories. On Australia’s Science Channel you’ll find compelling videos, articles, podcasts, news and events from publishing partners and Australia’s Science Channel’s contributing editors.
We work with leading minds, universities from around Australia, organisations and institutions to provide compelling science stories for everyone to watch, read, listen and share thoughts on what’s happening in science…read more.