Karen Taylor-Brown shares ideas for an innovative future from last week’s inaugural Science Meets Business event.
New technology that upgrades conventional car sensors into 360-degree radar has been launched in Australia.
EMU can help scientists to better understand human biology.
More than $1.5 billion will be available over four years to support Australia’s world-class university researchers.
Refraction Media was announced Australia’s Best Small Publisher at the 2015 Publish Awards.
The passage of the MRFF Bill 2015 will strengthen Australia’s position as a global leader in medical research.
MiniFAB have risen to success through the production of micro-scale technologies produced for a global market.
MBD Energy is utilising algae and other sources of energy for smart waste solutions.
Driverless cars could provide considerable economic and environmental benefits for Australia.
Growth in Australia’s modular building housing industry could save jobs from the auto manufacturing industry.
Researchers at Swinburne University have developed an innovative approach to increasing the storage capacity of DVDs.
Rubicon is an Australian innovation success story involved in massive irrigation projects in China.
A revolution in the commercialisation of science ingenuity is taking Australian ideas abroad – with a strong focus on reaching the Asian market and furthering Australia Asia innovation.
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.