Australian Science is a non-profit, privately-funded initiative dedicated to advancement of science, technology and education in Australia. Our secondary mission is in the area of preservation of digital information, reference data, and scientific materials. We hope to establish a unified list of libraries, universities, and technology centres equally dedicated to this goal. Australian Science is one of the key partners within the network committed to the advancement of science both in Australia and worldwide.
Australian Science is located in the heart of the Brisbane Technology Park (BTP), a prestigious center for the advancement of scientific and technological research and development. Currently home to over 86 nationally and internationally-renowned corporations, the Brisbane Technology Park is a prime location for businesses seeking high profile corporate exposure catering to the needs of both businesses engaged in both established and emerging technologies alike.
Australian Science is currently seeking new science and technology partners worldwide in efforts to establish and support a larger portfolio of reputable international organisations through not only its website but also by means of professional services like marketing, development of promotional materials, multimedia, and graphic design.
Our founding partner and office location host Dejan SEO offers unlimited amounts of storage space for contributing participants in efforts to foster collaboration with our international partners.
The Brisbane Technology Park (BTP) is a high-tech business location catering to businesses engaged in both established and emerging technologies. An initiative of the Queensland Government’s “Smart State” program, the Brisbane Technology Park offers a wealth of opportunities to research and knowledge-based businesses seeking a high-profile corporate exposure within a business community that supports business sector clustering. Already home to over 86 well-known national and international companies, BTP’s prime location facilitates the furthering of scientific and technological research and development. The Brisbane Technology Park offers a state-of-the art telecommunications framework, connecting all sites with a broadband, high-speed fibre optic cable network managed on-site. BTP’s Technology & Conference Centre provides commercial office space and serviced offices to large and small businesses, with additional land available for owner-occupant purchases as an alternative to leasing.
Further details about the Brisbane Technology Park may be found http://www.brisbanetechnologypark.com.au
Dan Petrovic’s career started when he graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor’s degree in Multimedia with an emphasis in Design.
He later returned to Griffitth University as a guest lecturer and writes research papers on the topic of search engines. Australian Science is Dan’s pet project. If he wasn’t a marketing professional he would be a scientist. More »
Milica Djekic is the Editor-in-Chief at Australian Science. She received a Master degree in Control Engineering from University of Belgrade, Serbia. Her fields of interest are wireless systems, traffic safety, cyber security and mathematics, in general. She enjoys researching emerging technologies and she is also an author of several conference and journal papers as well as some Internet articles at Control Engineering and Cyber Security websites and magazines. You can contact her at [email protected].