Monash University joins as partner, along with the University of Newcastle, UTS, Western Sydney University, and Macquarie University.
Construction begins on Big Build $40 million Eagle Farm TAFE Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing Centre
CIMIC Group’s Broad Construction has been selected to deliver TAFE Queensland’s new Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing Centre at the Eagle Farm TAFE campus.
UNSW student team ranked #1 in prestigious solar car race across Australia despite weather conditions preventing all Cruiser Class competitors from completing the full 3600km distance from Darwin to Adelaide.
Australian researchers have developed a molecular-sized, more efficient version of a widely used electronic sensor.
Monash team reaches speeds of 116kmh to officially become Australia’s fastest human powered bicycle.
Cradles of innovation, Australian universities nurture the soul of science, driving tomorrow’s breakthroughs.
It takes the whole faculty to foster exceptional science. Here are four ways Australian University Science is paving the way to exceptional innovation.
Australia’s universities have built the nation’s quantum expertise and abilities for decades, making a multibillion-dollar industry possible.
Cybernetics is a type of engineering study exploring big dynamic systems, like the internet, the environment, governments, cultures and even our own bodies. It is also about building new systems that bring together people, technology and the environment.
Artificial intelligence-powered tutors for every child, state-of-the-art medical developments and the death of the call centre are among some of the ways AI will revolutionise every industry sector, a conference has been told.
How can seaweed change the world? For one thing it can superpower the Australian science industry, and academic and business is calling for a roadmap to capitalise on innovation.
QUT researchers have developed a unique and improved approach to the way robots see, with the aim of making cheap and reliable positioning systems for applications such as service robots and general autonomous vehicle systems.
iMOVE CRC launches $1m impact fund for Australian companies to bring new transport sector tech innovations to market
Webinar: Strengthening the future nuclear workforce with diverse skills and knowledge. 21 June 2023.
The innovation pipeline. The value chain of Australian universities. Australian University Science – Issue 9.
The latest issue of Australian University Science asserts that the university-science research value chain is complex, iterative, and has value at all stages.
Dr Katherine Woodthorpe asserts that university research is never just basic, or just commercialisable: it’s a complex value chain that drives innovation.
For innovation, overnight success is often decades in the making: a keystone of which almost always comes from basic science at universities.
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.
Fundamental university science research has drawn inspiration from the Great Barrier Reef’s carbon storage capacity, the plant world’s ultra-efficient storage and transport structure, the reinvention solid state physics to develop new materials for electronic efficiency and advanced agricultural to nourish future outposts in space.
New innovation precinct to position city as an international destination of global research and enterprise.
Join this discussion exploring the environmental impacts of decommissioning oil and gas structures in an environmentally responsible manner at minimal cost.
STA proposes a new future fund to boost Australia’s research and development investment.
New type of quantum bit combines the exquisite quantum properties of single atoms with easy controllability using electric signals.