Australian University Science magazine showcases exceptional science teams and science graduates working with industry
Australian university science has a long history of co-investing with major international and national organisations to build sovereign capability.
UNSW Sydney and Wolfpack Space Hub have joined forces to collaborate on creating a startup for space businesses.
The successful Australian video entry about Project Gilghi details an initiative to supply remote communities with energy-efficient, transportable water purifying treatment plants.
Microba Life Sciences and Illumina partner to advance understanding of the human gut microbiome in human health and disease.
Collaboration to support Australia’s growing space, defence and national security capabilities.
For 21 years, Science meets Parliament has been developing the advocacy skills of STEM professionals, and connecting them to decision-makers to nurture strong relationships and dialogue between the STEM sector and Government.
Human food scraps could be used to create high-quality food for farmed fish, leading to a more sustainable global fish economy.
Have your say in the University Research Commercialisation consultation paper.
An interactive mapping tool that tracks the state of the Australian cyber security job market in real time and provides data on the talent gap within the sector
Stone & Chalk and AustCyber merge to accelerate growth for Australian emerging technology companies
Professor Simon Lucey, co-director at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning in Adelaide, South Australia has seen first hand the benefits of collaboration.
CRC ORE-developed simulation software platform for improving the efficiency of mineral processing operations is set to take on the world.
Quantum computing offers the potential to significantly accelerate and optimize the discovery of future new medicines for patients
Sydney Quantum Academy is working to create thousands of well-paid, high-tech jobs building on the city’s quantum strengths.
NSW could significantly increase technological innovation and new product development by creating beta-testing sites within NSW for university researchers.
One of the world’s biggest resources companies recently engaged the services of an Australian research consortium to examine deployment of cutting edge preconcentration techniques.
As science delivers new insights and tools, new industries are emerging. Australian University Science magazine highlights these stories
While Australia is falling behind when it comes to producing R&D leaders playing on the global stage, the opportunity is there.
From bee breathalysers that detect disease to AI chatbots battling body image disorders, these early career researchers are thinking big.
From her bush block in the Blue Mountains, Bianca Nogrady considers how researchers will tackle the ‘new normal’ for severe bushfire weather.
Cloud-based software lets mining engineers improve mining efficiency in mining processes, then compare different scenarios across different time frames.
Peak-proof renewable energy, advanced manufacturing growth and a long-lasting phone charge have one thing in common: innovation in battery power. The CRC for Future Battery Industries (FBICRC) and the CRC-P for Advanced Hybrid Batteries are charging up to take Australia’s homegrown industry to the next level.