A look at the stars of the Juno Awards 2017
This is a short introduction to the 2017 Juno Awards, the largest science and technology awards in the world.
The 2017 Juno awards are being held at the South Australian Convention Centre, Adelaide, on Sunday, May 20.
The event will also be streamed live online at www.junoawards.com.au/events.
In the lead-up to the ceremony, the event’s organisers have been highlighting its diverse award-winning science and tech nominees with a range of media coverage, including ABC News, The Australian and Science Australia.
In 2017, the winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics, the Fields Medal in Chemistry, the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, and the Fields medal in Engineering were selected for a live broadcast in Australia on Sunday night.
In 2016, the award-winners of the Australian Humanities Medal, the Australian Science Foundation Medal, and Australian Science Council Medal were chosen to be the next stage of the awards, while the Australian Academy of Arts and Sciences Medal was awarded to the University of Melbourne and the Australian Institute of Physics.
There are no other prizes at the moment for the field of astrophysics.
The Juno Awards have been running since 2007, and have been the biggest science and engineering awards in Australia.
The winners of every year’s award are announced on June 6, and each year they have a special theme.
The 2018 theme is “A Conversation” and will focus on the future of our planet and humanity.
“The Juno awards will highlight the world’s brightest and most innovative minds, and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers to pursue a new frontier,” said the event organisers.
“They will highlight how we are all on the path towards an intelligent future.
The awards are the largest of their kind in the history of science and science technology.
They recognise the outstanding achievements of outstanding Australian researchers and students who have created and developed innovative solutions for society and the planet.
In 2019, there will be a special stage in the awards ceremony, and this year will feature more than 100 winners, from around the world.”
The 2018 Juno Awards are the second in a series of awards to be held in the South Australia Convention Centre.
The previous awards were in Melbourne in 2019.
The 2019 awards will be broadcast live online, and there will also also be a live stream of the ceremony online.
The ABC understands that the 2018 and 2019 Juno Awards will be livestreamed on the ABC’s YouTube channel.