The Royal Institution of Australia

 IS BUILDING AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE THROUGH SCIENCE

 

We are building a growing community who watch, read, listen and share their thoughts on what’s happening in science. We are committed and passionate about inspiring the next generation of innovators to build a stronger Australia, engaged with and entertained by science on a daily basis.

 

“The wide diffusion of knowledge about science is so important
that the art of doing so is well worth learning” – 
Sir Lawrence Bragg

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Our vision is to weave science into the fabric of Australia’s society. We aim for people to understand science and its’ relevance in day-to-day decision-making, and to empower people to understand the world’s many challenges. We want to restore the value of science, technology, engineering and mathematics as a career path in the eyes of young Australians.

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Who We Are

The Royal Institution of Australia is Australia’s unique, national science hub, promoting public awareness and understanding of science.

Based in Adelaide, but with a reach around the country and throughout the world, RiAus is Australia’s unique, national science hub.

Bragg Members

The Royal Institution of Australia invites outstanding scientists and science communicators to become Honorary Bragg Members.

The Royal Institution of Australia invites outstanding scientists and science communicators to become Honorary Bragg Members.

Organisation

Our Patron: HRH the Duke of Kent, the Governing Council and key staff that make up The Royal Institution
of Australia.

Our Patron: HRH the Duke of Kent, the Governing Council and key staff that make up The Royal Institution
of Australia.

Corporate

We value and work collaboratively with all our Corporate and Institutional members to create rewarding partnerships.

We value and work collaboratively with all our Corporate and Institutional members to create rewarding partnerships.

RiGB Connection

We are the sister organisation to the world-renowned Royal Institution of Great Britain and, as such, share in its impressive tradition.

We are the sister organisation to the world-renowned Royal Institution of Great Britain and, as such, share in its impressive tradition.

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Our supporters help keep Australia’s Science Channel free, and support the continued work of The Royal Institution of Australia.

Our supporters help keep Australia’s Science Channel free, and support the continued work of The Royal Institution of Australia.

Internships

Gain experience at one of Australia’s leading science communication organisations. View our current internships available here.

Gain experience at one of Australia’s leading science communication organisations. View our current internships available here.

Annual Reports

The Royal Institution of Australia's Annual Reports provides an overview of our activities. View and download our Annual Reports here.

The Royal Institution of Australia's Annual Reports provides an overview of our activities. View and download our Annual Reports here.

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The Royal Institution of Australia is based in one of Adelaide’s iconic buildings in the heart of the CBD, The Science Exchange.

The venue is available for hire, enquire about options using the links below.

All money raised through venue hire supports the vital work of The Royal Institution of Australia.

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Australia's Science ChannelThursday, October 19th, 2017 at 9:49am
On this day in 1909, French radiochemist Marguerite Perey was born.

She discovered the chemical element Francium in 1939. It was the last element ever discovered in a natural source. #memorablemomentsinSTEM

For more #womeninSTEM, visit australiascience.tv/theme/women-in-stem/
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Australia's Science Channel was live — at Parliament House, Canberra.Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at 7:45pm
Stay tuned as we broadcast LIVE from Parliament House, the pinnacle of the Australian science calendar – the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science 2017 – celebrating Australia’s most inspiring scientists, innovators and educators 🇦🇺️👩‍🔬👩‍💻👨‍🏫 #PMprize

WATCH HERE LIVE Wed 18 October 2017 from 6:45 pm AEDST.
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Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 9:19am
Australian science celebrated at Prime Minister's Prizes for Science! #PMPrize https://t.co/mv2nKqPP6E
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#Onthisday in 1909 Marguerite Perey was born. She discovered the element Francium in 1939. #memorablemomentsinSTEM #womeninSTEM https://t.co/O9V7zM2lbx RiAus photo
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