UTS Vice-Chancellor Attila Brungs is looking for bipartisan commitment for research and a strong drive to offer STEM skills for future generations of students. (STEM = science, technology, engineering and maths)
He’s looking for a follow through on the plans from the end of last year and the beginning of 2016 when there was a sense of excitement and promise – the hope of a change in the whole national debate around science and technology. If we don’t take up this challenge, Prof Brungs is concerned we’re in a trouble as a country.
Hear the full interview from the Science Show, RN.