Malcolm Turnbull’s cabinet reshuffle demotes science to assistant ministry and disappoints peak body, Science & Technology Australia.
AI is disrupting even non-tech industries with an automation revolution. Experts urge us to focus on the human skills that give us an edge if we want to thrive in the AI future.
Drones are set to revitalize crops, preserve the environment and prevent disasters.
Dr Larry Marshall’s Address to the National Press Club on November 8.
Fashion tech entrepreneur Tim Allison is collaborating with Australian PhD students to take 3D printing to the next level.
Jobs of the future are on the agenda for the CSIRO Innovation Fund, which is investing $200 million in Australian research commercialisation.
INGENUITY magazine topped hundreds of publications to win Best Single Article of the Year at the annual Publish Awards.
The winners of the 2017 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science were announced this week – and here they are!
How to connect research with industry? Throw top leaders together in the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship and create the dynamic needed to smash out innovations.
Australia’s hottest hackers come from one Sydney lab, led by an affable professor who is on a mission to fight cybercrime at the world’s biggest institutions.
University innovation strategy has successes on the board and Australia should look to capitalise on these rather than focus on failures.
Tech company Opturion has partnered with the Alertness CRC to safeguard patients against doctors with fatigue.
Innovation and Science Australia Chair Bill Ferris AC shares a number of challenges facing the nation in becoming a top-tier innovation nation.
The Plant Biosecurity CRC has paved the way for a world-class plant biosecurity system based on nationally coordinated, funded and enduring science.
Professor Ravi Naidu is confronting a problem that killed eight times more people in one year than diabetes.
UNSW and Refraction Media collaborate to create a brand new engineering magazine.
Australia’s Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science has just announced the group of women chosen to be Australia’s first Superstars of STEM.
ANSTO is using nuclear science in a bid to understand the causes and rates of soil degradation throughout Asia and the Pacific.
Australian and New Zealand know-how is on the cusp of revolutionising geopositioning, which – in the near future – will be able to get accuracy down to 10cm.
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.
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.
Australian researchers will have unprecedented access to competitive funding in a new multidisciplinary program.