Australian Science, Technology and Engineering Council
The Australian Science, Technology and Engineering Council (ASTEC) was an Australian government agency. ASTEC was established in April 1977 as the Australian Science and Technology Council to advise the Australian government on matters relating to science and technology.
The council was composed of leading academics and industrialists, although scientists from other government agencies, notably the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), were excluded. In 1997, the Australian Science and Technology Council changed its name to the Australian Science, Technology and Engineering Council. The council was abolished in 1997, and its functions were transferred to the Prime Minister's Science, Engineering and Innovation Council (PMSEIC).
- Australian Science and Technology Council (1977 - 1997), Australian Science at Work (University of Melbourne).
- Boardman, Keith: The Pace of Change in Science and Innovation, Year Book Australia, 2001, Australian Bureau of Statistics, 25 January 2001.
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