Addressing cybersecurity is a research priority for Australia.
UNSW Australia’s RoboCup world champions return home.
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.
A test hopes to identify chemotherapy drugs causing unwanted side effects for sarcoma cancer patients.
Curtin University is using cameras to measure the trajectory of meteorites, identifying where in the solar system they came from.
Start ups and electronic powerhouses such as Samsung and Apple are investing in tech that can control your noise environment.
Young people are up to 10 times more likely to disclose mental health concerns using a new app.
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.
Australia’s world-leading Cooperative Research Centres program will be celebrating 25 years of science impact and achievement at its annual conference in Canberra on 25 May.
Researchers at the University of South Australia will take body measurements of Navy personnel using 3D scanning technology.
Australian and Chinese scientists join forces on new Alzheimer’s drug based on stroke treatment.
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) researchers are combining big data throughput with high-resolution nuclear science techniques to tackle broad environmental issues, reports Clare Pain.
It’s long been accepted that vision declines with age, but an Australian invention could soon change this, writes Clare Pain.
The 3% of Australians living in remote regions face significant health and social challenges. Two CRCs are finding solutions, writes Fran Molloy.