The Low Carbon Living CRC’s ambitious goal is to drive Australia’s carbon emissions down by 10 megatonnes by 2020. Gemma Chilton reports.
Meet the best in the business – Australian companies that have successfully moved their R&D from lab to marketplace.
Technology is helping us cross cultural barriers, scale vast distances, and develop collaborative workspaces.
Karen Taylor-Brown, publisher of the Science Meets Business website, welcomes the government’s focus on science and innovation.
PhD candidate Jane Kelley’s research could be a breakthrough for the dairy industry.
Dr Briony Rogers makes urban water systems more sustainable and resilient to the impacts of climate change.
Finding collaborators and creating an interdisciplinary culture is key to successful research commercialisation.
A new RMIT-led research project is getting a cash boost from Google to investigate search engine effectiveness.
Two researchers from Flinders University have a vision to make the world a better place, and are using STEM smarts and industry collaboration to make it a reality.
The winner of the Showcasing Early Career Researchers Competition was announced at the CRCA’s 2017 Collaborate Innovate conference.
An international study into morphine has found it may contribute to chronic pain, prompting the development of new drugs to reduce its long-term effects.
The Miles Review of the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program has been released and endorsed by the Minister for Science and Industry, Ian Macfarlane.
Australia’s academic and industry leaders call the Grattan Institute’s Mapping Higher Education Report “near-sighted” in its assessment of science graduate employability.
Automation and advanced technologies hold the key to a more productive, biodiverse and safe Australian landscape, Jude Dineley reports.
CEO of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Professor Aidan Byrne discusses women in physics and the ARC’s commitment to women in research careers.
Two Australian universities have joined an international platform that aims to facilitate university-industry collaborations.
Australia is well positioned to take advantage of opportunities in the economic growth area of biocommodities.
A breakthrough by CSIRO-led scientists has made the world’s strongest material more commercially viable, thanks to the humble soybean.
New light-manipulating nanotechnology may soon be used to make smart contact lenses.
ANSTO’s Synroc team is a leader in the global nuclear community for nuclear waste immobilisation and treatment technology.
A round of applications is expected to open in August for 11 newly funded Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) projects.