Alternatively, the theme pages can be viewed by:
Welcome to the 8th edition of the ABS' Science and Technology Statistics Update, a biannual electronic newsletter which provides you with information on statistical developments and data releases in the science and technology field.
We hope you find the Update useful and would appreciate any feedback you have to offer. Please send any comments to Andrew Major whose email address is email@example.com.
During 2002, the Science and Technology Statistics area of the ABS underwent structural and name changes. Work in the field is now centred in two locations (previously three). The New Economy National Statistics Centre is located in Canberra and has responsibility for, among other things, general strategy, research and analysis, and statistical standards. The New Economy Business Statistics Centre is located in Perth and will progressively take on responsibility for conducting the suite of new economy collections and disseminating the results. The changes form part of a more general restructure of ABS economic statistics.
Subscriber e-mailing list
We are happy to add new subscribers to the Update to our e-mailing list. If you did not receive a link to this edition directly from us and would like to be alerted to future editions, please contact Andrew Major, whose email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous editions of our Update can be viewed here, or by visiting the ABS Website.
Science and Technology statistics information on the ABS website
We have two "theme" pages on the ABS website. The theme pages provide links to current information on statistical releases and contacts. They will also enable you to link to other sites of interest. The theme pages are as follows:
If you have any questions about our theme pages, please contact Andrew Major, whose email address is email@example.com.
- Visiting the ABS website at: www.abs.gov.au
- Selecting Themes from the menu shown on the left side
- Selecting Information Technology or Science and Innovation theme pages