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ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series: how nuclear technology can benefit the space industry.

Nominations open for Prime Minister’s Science Prizes

Bionic Vision Technologies keeps its eye on the prize

Globally renowned Professor Shizhang Qiao crowned SA Scientist of the Year

 

Advanced repair technology shows promise for rails in remote locations

Globally renowned Professor Shizhang Qiao crowned SA Scientist of the Year

Professor Shizhang Qiao awarded for his transformative work in materials science for energy conversion and storage technologies.

Bionic Vision Technologies keeps its eye on the prize

Australia company Bionic Vision Technologies is in the race to produce the first bionic eye.

Nuclear technology underpinning the space race

Register for the next ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series webinar exploring how nuclear technology can benefit the space and aerospace industries.


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Advanced repair technology shows promise for rails in remote locations

Neutron scattering experiments have demonstrated that scale up is possible for an advanced approach to fix wear damaged rails in remote locations.

New tracking and metrics platform to unlock $2 trillion economic opportunity

Data-rich platform to help transition to a zero waste, circular economy.

Globally renowned Professor Shizhang Qiao crowned SA Scientist of the Year

Professor Shizhang Qiao awarded for his transformative work in materials science for energy conversion and storage technologies.

Bionic Vision Technologies keeps its eye on the prize

Australia company Bionic Vision Technologies is in the race to produce the first bionic eye.

Nuclear technology underpinning the space race

Register for the next ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series webinar exploring how nuclear technology can benefit the space and aerospace industries.

Research and Education Leaders to head Women in STEMM Australia

Women in STEMM Australia appoints two exceptional leaders, Professor Madhu Bhaskaran and Sarah Chapman, to replace outgoing co-chair and co-founder, Michelle Gallaher, who has now completed her term.



University science

Growing sovereign capability, issue 6, Australian University Science

Australian University Science magazine showcases exceptional science teams and science graduates working with industry

Four ways university science is building sovereign capability

Australian university science has a long history of co-investing with major international and national organisations to build sovereign capability.

Soil science critical to food production in a climate challenged future

Australian farming is backed by a century of soil science critical to our capability to support food production in a climate challenged future. 



Thought Leaders

Opinion: Expediting science expertise

Australian universities have a vital role to play in ensuring that we have sufficient people with the advanced skills needed to run such sophisticated industries.

Why we work better together

University science works with the CSIRO to build communities around new and groundbreaking areas of research as well as facilitating connections and collaborations with industry.

University science mobilises in a pandemic: Opinion

Professor John Shine AC FRS PresAA on the proud history of university science helping us to understand, protect against, and prevent many infectious diseases, from influenza to the viruses that cause some cancers.



Innovation

Advanced repair technology shows promise for rails in remote locations

Neutron scattering experiments have demonstrated that scale up is possible for an advanced approach to fix wear damaged rails in remote locations.

Bionic Vision Technologies keeps its eye on the prize

Australia company Bionic Vision Technologies is in the race to produce the first bionic eye.

The best in humans and machines combine to reimagine intelligence

The new $12 million Collaborative Intelligence Future Science Platform aims to maximise the benefits of both human and machine intelligence.


Technology

The best in humans and machines combine to reimagine intelligence

The new $12 million Collaborative Intelligence Future Science Platform aims to maximise the benefits of both human and machine intelligence.

Australia and United States partner to build quantum

Quantum partnership to promote research and development, and greater market access for quantum businesses in both nations.

New Australian imaging technology set to provide better insight into aircraft stress

Australian invention provides real time imagery that helps quantify material stress and detect fatigue cracks