From energy harvesting skyscrapers to Zika zapping, here are some of the most creative and potentially disruptive university technologies of 2016.
Whether it’s research, engineering or harvesting energy these 12 emerging technologies are set to change the way we work under the sea.
We always hear that renewable energy is getting cheaper, but what does that really mean?
A new report from Alluvium has estimated that cleaning up the Great Barrier Reef will cost $8.2 billion. How does this compare with its value?
Australia’s cutting-edge research data wouldn’t be what it is today without the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).
Gender disparity in STEM careers and postgraduate enrolments reveals a system needing an overhaul.
UTS is powering up student-founded startups with its new Hatchery and Hatchery+ incubator programs.
Climate change will have an impact on plant growth and the nutritional value of the food we produce.
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Leaders of the Top 25 R&D spin-off companies share how their companies made it past the ‘valley of death’.
Leaders of the Top 25 R&D spin-off companies talk about the lessons they have taken from overseas markets.
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Meet the best in the business – Australian companies that have successfully moved their R&D from lab to marketplace.
For Australia to move forward with a new #ideasboom, promoting collaboration and partnerships over pure academic achievement, women in science must lead the charge.
Finding collaborators and creating an interdisciplinary culture is key to successful research commercialisation.
Australian companies are collaborating with early career researchers to find commercial solutions to real-life problems.
After watching more than 52 hours of octopus video footage researchers have found octopuses do have a social life – and it’s not without drama.
The Knowledge Nation 100 highlights the innovators leading Australia’s STEM economy.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull recently announced the creation of a National Innovation and Science Agenda.
Curtin’s John De Laeter Centre, a suite of high-precision instruments and global collaborations are creating an innovation hub, where engineering and science researchers partner with industry.
Curtin University is supporting crucial research in managing precious water resources.