Millions of bits of space junk are currently orbiting Earth, ranging in size from mere millimetres through to discarded, school bus-sized parts of multi-stage rockets.
While many academic/industry partnerships have their ups and downs, they are usually just speed bumps on the road to success, says CRCA CEO Tony Peacock.
Researchers have used a supercomputer to show how proteins in the brain control electrical signals, in a breakthrough that could lead to safer anaesthetics.
The Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, introduces the CRCA’s brand new edition of KnowHow magazine.
Smaller than a postage stamp and covered in vaccine-coated microscopic projections, the Nanopatch promises to save millions of lives.
Three satellites built at Australian universities were launched into space on board a rocket bound for the International Space Station.
Australia’s Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science examined the future of research, disruption and job security in his address to the National Press Club.
Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel has aired an alliterative array of attributes to engage audiences with science: attitude, ambassadors, access and ammunition.
For patients with persistent wounds, years and sometime even decades of suffering could soon be over.
Commercialisation manager James Dalton shares his wealth of experience in research-industry collaboration: a bridge-building guide for both sides.
CEO of the CRC Association Dr Tony Peacock explains what the latest review of Australia’s innovation system is really telling us about the nation’s future.
Listen up: a plan to help scientists get their research heard by decision-makers.
A futuristic pod with a braking system invented by Australian university students may become a critical component in the Hyperloop.
With the new year approaching, we looked back over the year’s biggest news and picked the top 10 STEM stories of 2016 to share with you.
Ten tech visionaries from Australasia have been honoured by MIT Tech Review, which unveiled its 2017 Regional List of ‘Innovators Under 35’.
Dr Robin Knight, Director of collaboration platform IN-PART, explores what makes a university’s research most ripe for application by industry.
A luxury watch brand has teamed up with Flinders University nanotechnologists to develop a new casing material that will give their watches a competitive edge.
Twenty-two new grants have been allocated to Australian businesses commercialising novel products under the government’s Entrepreneurs Programme.
QUT’s COTSbot is the world’s first robot to control the crown-of-thorns starfish, a coral killer that has destroyed vast stretches of the Great Barrier Reef.
We shortlist your best 5 ways to get to Mars in the short term, plus the most hopeful new technology taking us further to space.
Key messages from the Science Meets Business summit held in Melbourne this week.
CEO of Science and Technology Australia, Kylie Walker, smashes all of the stereotypes in her campaign to celebrate Women in STEM.
A new wireless e-textile developed by BAE Systems allows soldiers to plug electronic devices, like a smartphone, into their armour.
Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) announced the winners of their Research Commercialisation Awards at KCA’s annual conference.