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The Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) was commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Innovation to investigate the career pathway for researchers in Australia, and Toss Gascoigne was asked to conduct the survey and write the report. The report can be downloaded from the Research workforce strategy page of the ACOLA website.

Report this profile; About. Toss Gascoigne helps organizations establish their strategies, organise events and communicate the results of their work. He has extensive experience in training researchers in media and presentation skills, developing communication plans, and the art of successful collaboration. His clients include CSIRO, CRCs, universities and state and federal Government.

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Toss Gascoigne is a consultant who receives funding from Government Departments at state and federal level, research organisations in Australia and overseas, CSIRO and other clients. The report was funded by the Commonwealth Government through the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. It commissioned the Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) to.Final Report Career support for researchers: Understanding needs and developing a best practice approach is available in the downloads section top right. The report was prepared by Toss Gascoigne and Associates for ACOLA Secretariat Ltd, November 2012.TOSS GASCOIGNE and JENNI METCALFE. Science Communication 2016 23: 1, 66-76 Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download. Format: Tips on citation download: Download Citation: Download article citation data for.


By Toss Gascoigne. Australian researchers are finding their careers more difficult to manage, with job security, uncertainty of funding and workload at the top of their concerns. Australian researchers like their work, but not the system in which they work. It’s the lack of employment certainty, the overly-competitive race for grants, fellowships and jobs, and (for more senior people) the.By Toss Gascoigne. Abstract. A new ACOLA report released on 15 January finds that Australian researchers like their work. The report which is based on the findings from 1,203 participants who participated in an online survey, found that the best thing about a career in research is working on interesting and important issues, and working in a stimulating environment. However the survey also.

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In a report for the Australian Council of Learned Academies, experienced analysts Jenni Metcalfe and Toss Gascoigne have documented “bitterness, anger and frustration”, especially among junior researchers struggling to establish their careers. They live with the uncertainty of short-term contracts and poor prospects of grant support. Many also feel they receive inadequate mentoring. Part.

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Mr Toss Gascoigne was elected the inaugural President of the Scientific Committee of the Network for the Public Communication of Science and Technology, at the ninth international PCST Conference in Seoul in 2006. Based in Australia, he works at the interface between politics, science and the media. He served as Executive Director for three national organisations over the last 15 years: the.

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