Introducing the world’s largest radio telescope

In this new trailer released by the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research viewers get a glimpse of the largest science facility ever built by mankind.

Biophotonics pioneer

Professor Dayong Jin from the University of Technology, Sydney is harnessing light to revolutionise the future of medicine.

Diagnosing dysphagia without radiation

A new analysis software that simplifies dysphagia diagnoses will speed up results and eliminate the need for x-rays.

Research infrastructure makes industry impact

Australia’s cutting-edge research data wouldn’t be what it is today without the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).

Virtual diving with David Attenborough

Virtual reality is set to become a powerful educational tool for the Australian Museum following the success of David Attenborough’s virtual reality films.

Combat simulation accelerates

Enhanced behaviour modelling software has been developed that could eventually create real-time combat simulations.

Virtual shopping now a reality

Virtual reality shopping is currently being tested in the hope that it could revolutionise the digital marketplace.

Continuous deployment

Innovation psychologist Dr Amantha Imber writes about a critical ingredient for business tech innovation in an extract from her book, the Innovation Formula.

Using nanoparticles to transform glass

A new method of injecting nanoparticles into glass has created potential applications for biomedical engineering and 3D displays.

Transforming Australian automotives

RMIT has secured funding to build an automotive centre that will direct the Australian automotive industry towards high-value exports.

Chatting with chatbots

The future of chatbots is more than just small-talk, says researchers at CSIRO and the University of Queensland.

Diversity brings a competitive advantage

Women must leverage the new demand for gender diversity, says Yasmine Finbow, Director of the Women in Tech. conference.

Remote mobile communication

A mobile phone system able to be operated in remote areas without a cellular network or internet access is being designed for the emergency services sector.

Software saves rainwater

New software developed by the University of South Australia is helping Southeast Asia’s buildings conserve rainwater.

Supercomputer empowers scientists

From designing better drugs to pondering the nature of gravity waves, the University of Western Australia’s new supercomputer is empowering big data research.

Parents and schools connect

A mobile application that bridges the communication gap between parents and schools in Australia is set to expand across the globe.

Brain-powered bionic spine

A thought-powered device that will enable paralysed people to walk is on the path to commercialisation, thanks to Australian neurologist Dr. Thomas Oxley.

Disruptive microgrid clusters

Microgrid clusters are making it easier to go off-grid as neighbours help each other manage peak energy loads.

New digital mentoring project announced

A new digital project will connect Indigenous Australians.

Australia’s first nanoscience facility launched

World-leading innovators visit for two-day conference in $150 million building.

HoloLens to revolutionise training

A leading global defence and security company is developing hi-tech industry applications for Microsoft’s HoloLens Platform.

Fighting corrosion in the desert

Inspection technology using ultrasound and magnetic measurement helps to maintain natural gas pipelines.

A 3D printed smile

Griffith University uses 3D tissue engineering to revolutionise dental disease.

Mining money-saver

Curtin University has created TopDump – a mine waste optimiser that could cut costs and reduce environmental damage.