Researchers at Swinburne University have developed an innovative approach to increasing the storage capacity of DVDs.
Rubicon is an Australian innovation success story involved in massive irrigation projects in China.
Researchers at Curtin University are using zircon crystals and micro probes to determine the history of Earth, Mars and the Moon.
It’s a tough journey from the lab bench to the real world but it’s one worth taking. Read why we need to work harder to reap the rewards of innovation.
Researchers 3D print artificial brain tissue to investigate the effect of drugs and explore brain disorders.
Medical Parts like hearing aids, braces and other body parts can be 3D printed. Here’s a short video to explain how.
A novel type of expandable bone fastener created by 3D-printing can make spinal surgery safer for the patient and easier for the surgeon.
Curtin University is using cameras to measure the trajectory of meteorites, identifying where in the solar system they came from.
Sheep breeders, commercial producers can access a new genetic selection tool that improves breeding outcomes.
A robotic brick builder developed by an Australian company has generated massive interest globally.
A robotic liquid handling system is automating the screening of bacteria strains.
A short video about the electromagnetic spectrum from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research in Perth, Western Australia.
Scientists have identified two microbes that build bigger and more resilient feed crops.
The first on-road driverless car trials in Southern Hemisphere are to be held in South Australia.
‘Vinnovation’ competition pushes grape growers to (v)innovate for the benefit of farmers state-wide.
How exploiting sharks’ sense of hearing can protect people at beaches from a shark attack.
A dragonfly’s eyes and brain are the inspiration for a new machine vision system.
The CRC for Greenhouse Gas Technologies explores the viability of CCS methods to control emissions.
The Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre have a new online pest animal toolkit.
A newly developed device will ensure paramedic staff are prepared when they need to perform risky rare procedures.
Using freely available data, such as news reports and food prices, to map potential global trouble spots is one of four counterterrorism research projects established by the Data to Decisions CRC.
JCU researchers develop an app that catalogues the hundreds of frog species in Australia.
Technology is helping us cross cultural barriers, scale vast distances, and develop collaborative workspaces.