The University of South Australia has launched its Innovation and Collaboration Centre for business and research.
Researchers from UTS have developed a revolutionary material for quantum computing.
Karen Taylor-Brown shares ideas for an innovative future from last week’s inaugural Science Meets Business event.
New technology that upgrades conventional car sensors into 360-degree radar has been launched in Australia.
CSIRO scientists have revealed how much water lies beneath the parched Pilbara landscape.
Students at RMIT University developed an award-winning system that facilitates sharing of ECG scans to improve positive patient outcomes.
NASA has a plan for open data – making its research accessible to the world.
Professor Zongping Shao is passionate about producing safe, reliable and sustainable vehicles.
SkinSuit invented at RMIT for astronauts undergoes trials on the International Space Station.
A team of Australian engineers has built a quantum logic gate in silicon for the first time.
Plantic Technologies is emerging as a key player in the market of plastic alternatives in the food supply chain.
Cochlear Limited have developed smart technology to impact hearing health worldwide.
DNA detection and virus research are two tools being used to control feral fish in Australian waters.
From bacteria in sewers to vertical surfaces of buildings, the urban environment has a wealth of water smart resources.
Curtin University showcases complex engineering strengths to address climate change and sustainability.
Designing the brain of the world’s biggest telescope is a huge project involving global R&D and industry input.
Vision CRC is developing a program to reduce the incidence of myopia, a condition affecting 27% of the globe.
MBD Energy is utilising algae and other sources of energy for smart waste solutions.
The Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia’s Research Commercialisation Award winners were announced last night in Melbourne.
We are witnessing a reshaping of the clinical landscape wrought by the tools of technology.
LANDTEM is a great example of the commercial application of scientific research.
RMIT researchers are using state-of-the-art modelling techniques to study the effects of wind on cities.
Growth in Australia’s modular building housing industry could save jobs from the auto manufacturing industry.