Refraction Media was announced Australia’s Best Small Publisher at the 2015 Publish Awards.
The passage of the MRFF Bill 2015 will strengthen Australia’s position as a global leader in medical research.
Jane Burns, Veena Sahajwalla and Pat Anderson have been named women of influence in the 100 Women of Influence Awards.
Researchers at Curtin University are using minute traces of microorganisms to recreate environments of the past.
SkinSuit invented at RMIT for astronauts undergoes trials on the International Space Station.
A team of Australian engineers has built a quantum logic gate in silicon for the first time.
iOmniscient is helping make cities more sustainable, energy efficient, safer and cleaner as the world becomes more urbanised.
A fresh start is needed for science and innovation from the new PM.
Designing the brain of the world’s biggest telescope is a huge project involving global R&D and industry input.
Vision CRC is developing a program to reduce the incidence of myopia, a condition affecting 27% of the globe.
An outstanding Perkins researcher has made his mark on Australian and global science, and has been honoured with the Vice Chancellor of UWA’s Mid-Career Research Award.
The Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia’s Research Commercialisation Award winners were announced last night in Melbourne.
Forests worldwide are declining but the rate of decline is slowing due to improved forest management.
JCU scientist is named L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science Fellow 2015.
Safer, healthier and biodiverse urban wetlands are the goal for Jayne Hanford’s PhD research.
Astronomy is entering an exciting new era of exploration.
India has adopted the world-leading renewable energy technology being developed in Australia.
Scientists have made significant progress in determining what causes soil acidification.
We are witnessing a reshaping of the clinical landscape wrought by the tools of technology.
New research has found that Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) has been changing to increase infection rates.
LANDTEM is a great example of the commercial application of scientific research.
RMIT researchers are using state-of-the-art modelling techniques to study the effects of wind on cities.