Conducting excellent research and creating the next generation of science talent in Australia have never been more important. The Faculty of Science values strong relationships with our alumni, industry, government, donors and the wider community. The Center for Open Science fosters openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scientific research. As a Bachelor of Science student you may wonder what career pathways are open to you once you have graduated, and if you need to continue with honours or postgraduate study.
Join today for unlimited free admission to Museum exhibits, special discounts and exclusive perks. We encourage you to join us in our research and study, or simply tap into our expertise and discover more about Science at Sydney. Science Commons was launched in 2005 with the goal of bringing the openness and sharing that have made Creative Commons licenses a success in the arts and cultural fields to the world of science.
As well as providing advice and support to scientists already engaging with the media, the Science Media Centre runs events to introduce experts to what that involves. The Science DMZ Model has been successful in many different science environments, from supercomputer centers like NERSC to facilities involved in the Large Hadron Collider collaboration.
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The practice of open science is inextricably linked to the dissemination of that research to other scientists, and the public. Meet our Science Ambassadors, and read about our diverse Undergrads, Postgrads and Alumni. Science Foundation Ireland, as part of Science Week 2016, have commenced a new advertising campaign at Dublin Airport looking at some of the excellent research being undertaken here in Ireland.