New research uses state-of-the-art machine-learning algorithms to demonstrate a link between personality and eye movements.
Should scientists’ incentives place as much emphasis on how openly available they make their data, as on the scholarly articles they publish?
A STEM-enabled workforce needs to expand to support the production and maintenance of submarines, ships, armoured vehicles and Defence infrastructure.
Enabling the production of materials such as graphene and sliced carbon nanotubes, with the bonus of not needing to use harsh or toxic chemicals in the manufacturing process.
Using technology to manage agriculture puts the power into the hands of the farmers.
Patenting and publishing are are not mutually exclusive – it all comes down to timing.
Matt Barrie, Chief Executive of Freelancer.com, shares his concerns about the Australian economy.
What will it take to give Australia’s space agency wings? Here are five steps Australia can take to build an effective space agency.
INGENUITY magazine topped hundreds of publications to win Best Single Article of the Year at the annual Publish Awards.
Australia’s most successful startup has warned researchers that open sourcing knowledge is a must in order to develop R&D spin off success.
Minister for Industry Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos, on innovation in research and business.
They’re a record five-time global champion of robot soccer and a laboratory to accelerate research in robotics and artificial intelligence.
Bacterial biofilms are a major problem in medicine: tough, toxic and nearly indestructible. But Cyrille Boyer thinks he’s found a way to beat them.
Developing research excellence in Indigenous affairs requires a commitment to collaborate with communities at every stage of the research.
Working at the intersection of biophysics and technology, UNSW researchers are weaving artificial tissues in the hope they can get the body to repair itself.
UNSW and Refraction Media collaborate to create a brand new engineering magazine.
How do carbon-neutral homes stack up when it comes to liveability and consumer demand?
Cutting-edge water designs created for developed cities can futureproof vulnerable and degraded environments in developing countries.
The winner of the Showcasing Early Career Researchers Competition was announced at the CRCA’s 2017 Collaborate Innovate conference.
Researchers have used a supercomputer to show how proteins in the brain control electrical signals, in a breakthrough that could lead to safer anaesthetics.
Smaller than a postage stamp and covered in vaccine-coated microscopic projections, the Nanopatch promises to save millions of lives.
A lunchbox jelly snack made from seaweed and lobster shell is being designed to help children boost their calcium levels.
Science meets Parliament opened up a whole new world of science advocacy for Dr Krystal Evans, CEO of the Biomelbourne Network. So how did she make herself heard?