Roy Woodall Medal

Roy Woodall Medal

The Australian Geoscience Council takes much pleasure in announcing the launch of the Roy Woodall Medal. The Roy Woodall Medal seeks to recognise scientific excellence in both mineral exploration and the documentation of world-class mineral deposits. This award honours the extensive contribution to scientific excellence in Mineral Geoscience that Roy Woodall AO has made over

Do you know a geoscientist who deserves recognition as a National Geoscience Champion?

The Australian Geoscience Council (AGC) is pursuing a Vision to raise the profile of Geoscience to be pre-eminent in Australia and to be recognised as one of the great fields of general science with Physics, Chemistry and Biology. In doing this the AGC is calling for nominations for the next National Geoscience Champion. This honour will be awarded to very few geoscientists. It will recognise major contributions to our science, craft and art, evidenced by technical, leadership, mentoring and collegial endeavours.

34th IGC Travel Grant Scheme

Applications for the 34th International Geological Congress Travel Grant Scheme for Early-Career Australian and New Zealand Geoscientists applications for 2019 are open now.

AGCC 2018 – Abstract Submission Now Open

Individuals are invited to submit an abstract for AGCC 2018. The submission form is now open and will be available until the cut-off date of 16 June 2018 on the convention’s official website.  Please note that individuals will only be permitted to deliver one oral presentation (unless they are a plenary or invited keynote speaker),

Participate in the second ever #OzRockStocktake: the annual social media ‘stocktake’ of Australian geology

Join in the fun! Participate in the second ever #OzRockStocktake: the annual social media ‘stocktake’ of Australian geology Held during Earth Science Week, 8-14 October 2017 It’s free, and everyone is invited to participate — school kids, university geology students, professional geoscientists, gem collectors, members of the public…and everyone in between! Significant book prizes to

Celebrate International Geoscientists Day this Sunday (2 April)

From a warmer Russia to a cooler Down Under, geoscientists urged to “hammer keyboards, not rocks” in online party to celebrate global #GeoscientistsDay The Australian Geoscience Council is planning a ‘Social media street party’ to be held on Geoscientists Day (this Sunday, 2 April) to celebrate geoscientists and their contribution to society; engage the Australian public in

Australian Geoscience Council – President’s Report

The AGC has continued to be very active in advocating geoscience in Australia throughout 2016. A brief summary of our recent achievements follows before some exciting news about our AGC Convention to engage with all geoscientists in Australia and our Region. But first our activities: We provided a submission to the National Review Of Research

Join in #OzRockStocktake: first photographic census of Australian Geology

Rock fans to school kids urged to join in #OzRockStocktake: first photographic census of Australian geology Innovative social media project held during international Earth Science Week to showcase Australia?s real rock stars Getting involved is simple and fun: Take a pic of your favourite rock, outcrop, mountain or other geological feature Post it on Twitter

The Australian Academy of Science Decadal Plan for Earth Sciences

The Australian Academy of Science (AAS) develops decadal (10 year) plans for all the sciences in Australia. The Academy’s National Committee of Earth Sciences (NCES) is a committee of the AAS that is responsible for developing the Decadal Plan for the Earth Sciences. Professor Sue O’Reilly is the Chair, National Committee for Earth Sciences. The Australian Geoscience

Roy Woodall named AGC’s Inaugural National Geoscience Champion

Australian Geoscience Council recognises Roy Woodall with inaugural National Geoscience Champion award  In recognition of his contribution to geoscience in Australia, Roy Woodall AO FAusIMM has been unanimously elected as the inaugural National Geoscience Champion by the Australian Geoscience Council (AGC).   Roy Woodall’s scientific approach to exploration contributed to many significant ore discoveries in