Researchers at Swinburne University have developed an innovative approach to increasing the storage capacity of DVDs.
Curtin University’s spatial sciences teams are using big data, advanced processing power and community engagement to solve social and environmental problems.
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.
There is a growing number of avenues of research parnerships in Asia for the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO).
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A novel type of expandable bone fastener created by 3D-printing can make spinal surgery safer for the patient and easier for the surgeon.
Researchers have developed a new UV blocking material that can be used to make sunscreen, bandages and contact lenses.
A robotic brick builder developed by an Australian company has generated massive interest globally.
A short video about the electromagnetic spectrum from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research in Perth, Western Australia.
The first on-road driverless car trials in Southern Hemisphere are to be held in South Australia.
A new iOS and Android app allows users to report sightings of feral cats to help preserve endangered wildlife.
‘Vinnovation’ competition pushes grape growers to (v)innovate for the benefit of farmers state-wide.
A dragonfly’s eyes and brain are the inspiration for a new machine vision system.
Research into Australia’s renewable resources for improving generation and storage technologies.
Australia’s top researchers are recognised at the 2015 Thomson Reuters Australian Citation & Innovation Awards.
The key to preventing illness from interfering with training and performance for athletes.
A newly developed device will ensure paramedic staff are prepared when they need to perform risky rare procedures.
Wheat growers are excited by early data from an on-farm experiment to assess a non-chemical method of reducing insect damage in stored cereal grain.
Technology is helping us cross cultural barriers, scale vast distances, and develop collaborative workspaces.
Australia’s leading innovation in engineering and manufacturing is a national asset.
Professor Warwick McKibben notes the importance of flexibility and uncertainty in approaching future challenges.
Commercialising research takes years of work and risk-taking, Margaret Gardner explains.