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.

Bionic Vision Technologies keeps its eye on the prize

Australia company Bionic Vision Technologies is in the race to produce the first bionic eye.

The best in humans and machines combine to reimagine intelligence

The new $12 million Collaborative Intelligence Future Science Platform aims to maximise the benefits of both human and machine intelligence.

Australia and United States partner to build quantum

Quantum partnership to promote research and development, and greater market access for quantum businesses in both nations.

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.

New Australian imaging technology set to provide better insight into aircraft stress

Australian invention provides real time imagery that helps quantify material stress and detect fatigue cracks

RMIT Electric racing team powered by RS Components

Competition sees 500 teams of uni students compete to design, build and compete in their own Formula-style open-wheeled race car.

Looking for engineering equipment for your lab or classroom? Here are 5 reasons to check out RS.

Engineers make our lives better and RS Components is committed to inspiring and supporting the future generation of engineers. 

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.

Pandemic leaves scientists exposed says science and innovation leader

Dr Katherine Woodthorpe emphasised the value of the long-running CRC program before going on to warn of the threats facing science today.

Free science the key to research translation, says Chief Scientist

Chief Scientist Cathy Foley called for open access to science and a push for the end to paid access to peer reviewed journals.

Promoting sustainable transport through adventure

After designing and building a solar powered tuk tuk, Julian O’Shea realised how novelty could bring attention to eco-vehicles and inspire sustainable lifestyle decisions.

Catalysts found to convert carbon dioxide to fuel

The goal of tackling global warming by turning carbon dioxide into fuel could be one step closer with researchers using a supercomputer to identify a group of “single-atom” catalysts that could play a key role.

Smart microscope slides detect cancer

Innovative microscope slide promises to revolutionise medical imaging.

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.

SA Science and Innovation Awards, nominations now open

Nominations are now open for the 2021 SA Science Excellence and Innovation Awards, celebrating South Australia’s top researchers, industry leaders and educators.

CSIRO opens satellite offering for Aussie Earth observation

Australian researchers in industries like agriculture and natural disaster management can now apply to direct the Earth observation satellite

Virtual tourists to be ‘teleported’ into the deep past for World Heritage bid

Flinders Ranges virtual tourists to be ‘teleported’ into the deep past for World Heritage bid.

Needle-free COVID-19 vaccine shows promise

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’.

5 ways small business benefits from university science.

From solar cells to meat substitutes, Australian university sciences adds value to Australian small business.

Regional science innovation drives new carbon era

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.

Connecting knowledge to market

Bridging the gap between science and SMEs provides huge benefits to society, says Sally-Ann Williams of Cicada Innovations.