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.
Nominations are now open for the 2021 SA Science Excellence and Innovation Awards, celebrating South Australia’s top researchers, industry leaders and educators.
Australian researchers in industries like agriculture and natural disaster management can now apply to direct the Earth observation satellite
Flinders Ranges virtual tourists to be ‘teleported’ into the deep past for World Heritage bid.
A needle-free COVID-19 vaccination could be possible, with University of Queensland scientists successfully protecting mice from the virus by administering a US-developed vaccine candidate with a ‘patch’.
From solar cells to meat substitutes, Australian university sciences adds value to Australian small business.
Advances in materials science are behind the growth of small businesses located in and around the Geelong Future Economy Precinct, encompassing Deakin University’s Waurn Ponds campus in Victoria.
Bridging the gap between science and SMEs provides huge benefits to society, says Sally-Ann Williams of Cicada Innovations.
Collaboration to support Australia’s growing space, defence and national security capabilities.
New, cutting edge technology provides insights into climate change and minimises the effects of mining by making it more efficient.
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We are now at the point when synthetic biology techniques can allow information to flow from digital systems into living organisms, paving the way for technologies of vast potential, say Macquarie University researchers.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is learning more about how to work with (and on) humans.
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
Researchers have shown how disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads, in a circular economy solution to pandemic-generated waste.
Australia is expecting a strong wheat crop this year, but that would be threatened if a large outbreak of wheat rust occurred. CSIRO, led an international effort to develop wheats with a stronger and potentially more durable level of resistance against rust diseases.
CRC ORE-developed simulation software platform for improving the efficiency of mineral processing operations is set to take on the world.
UniSA thermal energy researcher Professor Frank Bruno has been awarded almost $1 million by the Federal Government to find a solution to agricultural pollution in Australia and India.
Quantum computing offers the potential to significantly accelerate and optimize the discovery of future new medicines for patients
Algal biotech startups, the future of math, AI in healthcare and preventing hate speech on social media – find out what you need to know about 2021’s future industries.
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.
Scientists at CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, in partnership with Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance, have developed an Australian-first digital conversation agent (a ‘chatbot’) that could support patients in making informed decisions about genomic testing for future health risks.