The Australian Science and Innovation Forum is proud to be part of the first Science & Technology Innovation Week.
Monday November 30 2015- Friday December 2015. GET INVOLVED!
2015 Science Innovators of Influence List
About the Innovators of Influence List
The Australian Science and Innovation Forum together with the Academy of Technological Sciences are proud to bring the first Innovators of Influence List. The aim is to recognise emerging innovators in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics and to recognise the growing community of innovators in Australia, as well as Australian’s innovating overseas.
The patron and envoy, is former deputy Prime Minster Mr Tim Fischer, AC.
Applicants may be:
- Teams OR individuals (NOT companies)
- Australians based in Australia OR Non-Australian’s based in Australia OR Australians overseas.
- Young innovators and female innovators are strongly encouraged to apply.
Recognition will be given to those who go beyond patenting and publishing and who are developing a new product, service or process that has financial, social or environmental impact.
The process is simple:
- Nominate yourself or others (multiple nominations are possible)
- Obtain the contact details for the nominee (eg website, email or contact number where possible)
- Consider the reason for the nomination
- Click on the link above
- Nomination steps are explained in the application
- Submit the nomination before the closing date
- Nominations will be considered by ASIF and finalists will be selected by a panel of Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) fellows and Clunies Ross winners
- Selection will be made on the degree of impact of the innovation or start-up.
- Female nominees are encouraged as there will be a minimum percentage included amongst finalists.
- Finalists on the list will be announced during 2015 Innovation Week (30 November – 4 December 2015).
Applications Close 11.00pm AEST Friday October 2 2015.
Supported by the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.