Aussie invention predicts power line faults that can cause bushfires

An early fault detection (EFD) system designed at RMIT University is helping to prevent bushfires and blackouts in North America, Europe and Australia.

STEM Diversity Review recommendations welcomed by peak body

Science & Technology Australia welcomes diversity in STEM draft recommendations and backs draft proposals to create a Diversity in STEM Council

$1m impact fund to bring new transport sector tech innovations to market

iMOVE CRC launches $1m impact fund for Australian companies to bring new transport sector tech innovations to market

It is rocket science! University science must be supported at all levels

Researchers work across every part of the spectrum, from seeking fundamental knowledge to developing participatory outcomes that include benefits to end users, influence on policy, commercial partnerships and outcomes.

Transition from academia to industry

What it’s really like to move from academia to industry

Making the transition to a role in industry can be challenging. This PhD graduate shares her career journey from academia to the pharmaceutical industry.

Advanced materials supporting green technologies

Webinar: Connect with the businesses and organisations driving advanced manufacturing supporting green technologies.

Building a robust future for Australia with the critical minerals in our own backyard

Australia could play a key role in stabilising the global markets and supply chain for in-demand critical minerals

5 ways university science is partnering with industry in critical minerals

Australian university science is partnering with industry to produce high-performance, alloys, batteries and circuits.

Digital skills gap at all-time high

Seventy five per cent of IT decision-makers report a gap in digital skills, 145% over the previous year.

Gateway to Asia opens in the heart of Melbourne

The launch of the new Asia Trade and Innovation Hub is one of the key activities underpinned by a strategic partnership between Asia Society Australia and RMIT.

Australia charges ahead with new Lithium Technology

Scientists at ANSTO together with Lithium Australia Limited (LIT) have developed a world-first technology to extract more lithium from lithium mining waste.

Ground-breaking research cracks code on engineering’s biggest problem

Shock findings from the Women in Engineering Report show that the biggest reason girls don’t choose to study engineering is that they simply don’t know what engineering is, and what engineers do.

ShanShanWang science entrepreneur

Science entrepreneur to speak at deep tech acceleration event

Industrial designer, innovator and science entrepreneur ShanShan Wang is tackling critical health science problems.

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.

Tech entrepreneurs and sport scientists unite to drive innovation

The ASTN-ESSA MOU to drive collaboration between sportstech startups and qualified exercise and sports science professionals, academics and researchers.

Australian MedTech innovation goes global

Australian technology innovator Canaria Technologies has partnered with Rio Tinto globally to roll out its ground-breaking predictive biometric technology as part of an international pilot program.

CSIRO and partners scope NT Hub to lower emissions and boost investment

NT hub could create a blueprint for other low emissions hubs around Australia.

New technology detects stress and fatigue cracks in aircraft

The technology was developed in collaboration with scientists at the Australian Department of Defence where a prototype helped support sustainment of the F/A-18 Classic Hornet.

ANSTO Innovation Series: The Future of Battery Power

Gain insights from a neutron instrument scientist from ANSTO, a mission lead in critical energy metals from CSIRO, and the executive manager of Cobalt Blue.

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.

UNSW joins the Wolfpack Space Hub to support space startups

UNSW Sydney and Wolfpack Space Hub have joined forces to collaborate on creating a startup for space businesses.

Australian finalist in international science communication prize

The successful Australian video entry about Project Gilghi details an initiative to supply remote communities with energy-efficient, transportable water purifying treatment plants.