Meet the best in the business – Australian companies that have successfully moved their R&D from lab to marketplace.
For Australia to move forward with a new #ideasboom, promoting collaboration and partnerships over pure academic achievement, women in science must lead the charge.
Finding collaborators and creating an interdisciplinary culture is key to successful research commercialisation.
Australian companies are collaborating with early career researchers to find commercial solutions to real-life problems.
After watching more than 52 hours of octopus video footage researchers have found octopuses do have a social life – and it’s not without drama.
The Knowledge Nation 100 highlights the innovators leading Australia’s STEM economy.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull recently announced the creation of a National Innovation and Science Agenda.
Curtin’s John De Laeter Centre, a suite of high-precision instruments and global collaborations are creating an innovation hub, where engineering and science researchers partner with industry.
Curtin University is supporting crucial research in managing precious water resources.
Researchers examine the world on an atomic and subatomic level to solve major problems.
Communication, genetics expertise and on-the-ground knowledge help distinguish the research outcomes of Curtin’s Centre for Crop and Disease Management.
Curtin University geoscientists use cutting-edge techniques to tell the story of Earth’s ancient past.
Curtin University showcases complex engineering strengths to address climate change and sustainability.
Building the world’s biggest radio telescope is set to bring rewards beyond a better understanding of the universe.
MiniFAB have risen to success through the production of micro-scale technologies produced for a global market.
MBD Energy is utilising algae and other sources of energy for smart waste solutions.
Rubicon is an Australian innovation success story involved in massive irrigation projects in China.
A revolution in the commercialisation of science ingenuity is taking Australian ideas abroad – with a strong focus on reaching the Asian market and furthering Australia Asia innovation.
Start ups and electronic powerhouses such as Samsung and Apple are investing in tech that can control your noise environment.
The CRC for Greenhouse Gas Technologies explores the viability of CCS methods to control emissions.
The future of health will focus on the individual, and benefit from more integration between the patient, clinician and researcher.
The top end of Australia is a region with promising export capabilities. Rosslyn Beeby looks into Australia’s burgeoning northern food bowl.
In 2011, the Labor Government’s Draft Energy White Paper predicted that natural gas could account for 44% of electricity production in Australia by 2050 – more than double the current capacity of gas.
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) researchers are combining big data throughput with high-resolution nuclear science techniques to tackle broad environmental issues, reports Clare Pain.