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AARNet interviews outgoing Chief Scientist, Prof. Ian Chubb

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“What I hope to see carried on in Australia is a coherent, strategic and evidence-based approach to our investment in science and the future of science and its role in the future of the country…we want people wondering why…”

We interviewed Australia’s outgoing Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, who has been a driving force behind raising awareness of the nation’s critical need for young people to pursue studies and careers in science, technology, engineering and maths. He is leaving behind a lasting legacy for Australia. We asked him what he hopes to see carried on…watch the short video to hear what he said.

 


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