Education and the community
Top Queensland scientists talk about their work in medical, nanotechnology and other areas.
Linking the community to deliver engaging, intriguing and inspiring events to reveal the invisible science of the everyday.
Interactive science exhibitions offering an exciting experience for all ages.
The 2016 Artist in Residence Science residency is a three-month voluntary residency managed by the Science Division in consultation with Arts Queensland.
World Science Festival – Brisbane 2017
Brisbane will again play host to a supercharged celebration of science with thought leaders and scientists from around the world.
Australian of the Year 2017
Congratulations! Emeritus Professor Alan Mackay-Sims' pioneering work with stem cells and spinal cord injuries recognised.
Collaborative science funding available
Funding available for research collaborations between scientists in Queensland and the Chinese Academy of Sciences which benefits Queensland and China.
New Queensland Chief Scientist appointed
Congratulations to Professor Suzanne Miller, CEO Queensland Museum Network, appointed the next Chief Scientist for Queensland.
World Science Festival
22—26 February 2017
- Queensland-Chinese Academy of Sciences (Q-CAS) Collaborative Science Fund
Applications close 23 February 2017
- Research Fellowships
Applications close 26 February 2017
- Engaging in Science grants
Applications assessed quarterly