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Science healthy but vulnerable, says Chubb

The agricultural sciences, physics, mathematics and chemistry have been identified as “vulnerable” by Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb. Launching his report into the state of the Australian science system last week, he told the National Press Club that while ...

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A lack of chemistry

One of the reasons for falling science enrolments seems to be the growing number of HSC subjects. Darragh O Keeffe talks to the Chief Scientist and other experts on the worrying trend. The long-running discussion about declining enrolments in science ...

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