The Australian Space Agency and its French counterpart will work together to take full advantage of the rapidly expanding global space industry.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has awarded $22.1 million in funding to support hydrogen export research projects.
An agtech startup is harnessing data from remote sensing to optimise farming practices and improve food security.
Australia’s national science agency has appointed Dr Cathy Foley to the position of CSIRO Chief Scientist.
A Mitchell Institute education report reveals Australian schools lack industry connections.
New research uses state-of-the-art machine-learning algorithms to demonstrate a link between personality and eye movements.
Should scientists’ incentives place as much emphasis on how openly available they make their data, as on the scholarly articles they publish?
A STEM-enabled workforce needs to expand to support the production and maintenance of submarines, ships, armoured vehicles and Defence infrastructure.
Science & Technology Australia welcomes the Government’s call to support qualified teachers and improve Australian secondary students’ STEM education.
A CSIRO app will survey Australians about their energy use in order to gain a better understanding of the way we consume, generate and interact with energy.
Research trials begin for assistive technology to improve Parkinson’s health outcomes.
Enabling the production of materials such as graphene and sliced carbon nanotubes, with the bonus of not needing to use harsh or toxic chemicals in the manufacturing process.
Archer in negotiations to commercialise ground-breaking quantum computing technology
In this jam-packed issue of KnowHow, the magazine where science meets business, we look at how research is contributing to all aspects of your daily life, plus much more. This is your go-to CRC magazine to stay up-to-date with the nexus of business and research.
Australian STEM research corporations will benefit from the Federal Budget.
Using technology to manage agriculture puts the power into the hands of the farmers.
We are getting so precise with data that new issues are emerging, such as marrying the super-precision of GPS with the planet-shaping forces of continental shift.
The outcomes of working together are more than simply the sum of the parts, says CRC Association CEO Tony Peacock.
Data is the force behind an extraordinary drive in health innovation — and a range of CRCs are joining this digital health transformation.
The CRC for Mental Health has developed a support group program for PhD students.
Dr Alex Zelinsky, Chief Defence Scientist, tells us about how the defence industry is using technology programs to improve Australia’s national security.
New cyberthreats are constantly emerging, which is why the D2D CRC is helping businesses stay a step ahead of the criminals.