A groundbreaking D2D CRC program can now predict destabilising events such as social upheaval, political crises, election outcomes and disease epidemics.
The Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, introduces the CRCA’s brand new edition of KnowHow magazine.
In part 2 of his guide to collaboration, commercialisation manager James Dalton explores how to building a strong foundation for industry-research partnerships.
Three satellites built at Australian universities were launched into space on board a rocket bound for the International Space Station.
While smokers look to e-cigarettes as a healthier alternative, study shows mothers who vape during pregnancy put babies at asthma risk.
Founder of gemaker, Nat Chapman, talks commercialisation in botanical terms, and explains how her team helps turn research into solutions.
A breakthrough by CSIRO-led scientists has made the world’s strongest material more commercially viable, thanks to the humble soybean.
A futuristic pod with a braking system invented by Australian university students may become a critical component in the Hyperloop.
CEO of Salesforce Rob Acker points out five ways the Fourth Industrial Revolution will transform NGOs.
Near the height of the Zika virus outbreak, Associate Professor Joanne Macdonald started developing portable diagnostic technologies to save lives.
A smart needle with an embedded camera is helping doctors perform safer brain surgery.
Dr Robin Knight, Director of UK-based collaboration platform IN-PART, shares what Australia and the UK can learn from each other when it comes to commercialisation.
The CRC for Spatial Information has compiled the best blockchain ideas from PhD students taking part in their 2016 “Solvathon”.
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.
Melbourne’s 3D printed jet engine technology is flying into production in France.
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.
The world’s most precise clock has been fine-tuned to boost radar and GPS capabilities.
A new DNA extraction technology developed in South Australia has the potential to become a powerful forensic tool for criminal investigations.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology has collaborated with University of Melbourne researchers to transform biomolecular imaging.
A new survey from the University of Sydney reveals that disruptive ride-sharing technologies like Uber are becoming more popular in Australia.
From energy harvesting skyscrapers to Zika zapping, here are some of the most creative and potentially disruptive university technologies of 2016.
The world’s first Technology Transfer Professional (TTP) Capability Framework has been developed to help TTPs take research to market more effectively.
Whether it’s research, engineering or harvesting energy these 12 emerging technologies are set to change the way we work under the sea.
Australian scientists and conservators have revealed an earlier painting of a different woman beneath Edgar Degas’ famous masterpiece Portrait of a Woman.