Convergence Science Network


The Convergence Science Network was established in 2008 and plays a fundamental role in communicating science and making scientists accessible to the community.

It aims to help the community make sense of the rapid advances in science and technology, how it impacts lives and its contribution to society and in doing so build further trust and confidence in the sector.

The Convergence Science Network supports a growing and influential community, here and overseas, that is inspired by scientists who are making important advances that will shape the future health and well-being of people here and around the world.

It runs free events, including presentations by leading scientists, visits to research laboratories, symposia and Australia’s most prestigious free public science event, the Graeme Clark Oration.

For more information, visit the Convergence Science Network website here