Researchers at Deakin University have created an aerogel-based artificial cartilage for joint reconstruction from an unexpected source: denim jeans.
Archer Exploration Limited has hired a pioneering quantum physicist to lead the company’s quantum technology business.
On 11 November, Adelaide startup Fleet Space Technologies launched two CubeSats from New Zealand, marking the company’s first commercial satellite launch.
This week, the Spark Festival’s ‘The Spin on Spin-Outs’ event showcased five spinout founders who have commercialised research from CSIRO’s Data61.
An advanced medical imaging technique is being prepared for clinical application by ANSTO to improve breast cancer detection and diagnosis.
The partnership has launched a high resolution Earth Observation camera for installation on the International Space Station.
An agtech startup is harnessing data from remote sensing to optimise farming practices and improve food security.
New research uses state-of-the-art machine-learning algorithms to demonstrate a link between personality and eye movements.
Should scientists’ incentives place as much emphasis on how openly available they make their data, as on the scholarly articles they publish?
A CSIRO app will survey Australians about their energy use in order to gain a better understanding of the way we consume, generate and interact with energy.
Research trials begin for assistive technology to improve Parkinson’s health outcomes.
Enabling the production of materials such as graphene and sliced carbon nanotubes, with the bonus of not needing to use harsh or toxic chemicals in the manufacturing process.
Archer in negotiations to commercialise ground-breaking quantum computing technology
Using technology to manage agriculture puts the power into the hands of the farmers.
We are getting so precise with data that new issues are emerging, such as marrying the super-precision of GPS with the planet-shaping forces of continental shift.
The road from great science to commercial victory can be treacherous. Bianca Nogrady investigates how three CRCs negotiated potential ‘valleys of death’ to reach market success.
Robots that could clear minefields or recover injured soldiers are potential projects for the newly formed Defence Cooperative Research Centre for Trusted Autonomous Systems.
The CRC for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE) has developed environmentally sustainable technology to reduce waste and conserve water in the mining process.
The Lowitja health institution is working towards providing health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
A team at ANSTO has developed a treatment to repair and strengthen the outer shell of aircrafts.
CRC CARE is addressing the significant growing issue of environmental contaminants with innovative and effective real-world solutions.
Sleep disorders, such as insomnia and sleep apnoea, are often under diagnosed but the Alertness CRC is finding new ways to recognise and treat them.
The 2018 World Congress will be held in Melbourne, Australia from April 20-24th where thousands will gather to discuss current advancements in medicine.