Becoming a Eureka Sponsor
The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes are the "Oscars of Australian Science".
Presented annually by the Australian Museum for over 20 years, the Eureka Prizes raise the profile of science in the community by celebrating outstanding achievements in Australian scientific research and leadership, school science and science communication.
Why sponsor a Eureka Prize?
Place your organisation on a serious national platform in recognition of its position as a major player in Australia's scientific community;
Enjoy a tailor-made prize to suit your strategic objectives launched on a successful national platform;
Align your organisation with a brand synonymous with prestige, dedication and commitment to the Australian scientific community;
Make a low risk investment by joining a committed established partnership with the major players in Australian science: CSIRO, ANSTO, University of Sydney, Rio Tinto, University of Technology, Sydney, UNSW, Macquarie University, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, NSW Health and the ABC, amongst others;
Enjoy the spoils of critical mass by investing in a significant national event that individually would be out of reach;
Extend your networks and relationships, providing good-will and opportunities for collaboration;
Enjoy an annual national publicity blitz putting science in front of an audience of 35 million, including a dedicated half-hour on prime-time TV;
Make a contribution to addressing national skills shortage in science by creating science heroes that inspire and inform the next generation;
Make a positive impact on someone's life. Research has shown that winning a Eureka Prize can enhance national and international reputation; assist career development and raise awareness and recognition of scientific research being done in Australia;
Enjoy an instant association with Australia's premiere science awards;
Enjoy goodwill and raise your profile in the science community and beyond.