Stuart Strickland, COO of WA based DUG Technology identifies issues within Australia’s High Performance Computing framework.
Professor Brian Schmidt explores how science changes the world through the efforts of the exceptional people behind it.
Dr Katherine Woodthorpe asserts that university research is never just basic, or just commercialisable: it’s a complex value chain that drives innovation.
Chief Scientist calls for a national conversation to develop a new set of national science priorities
The Australian Government has asked me to development of a draft list of national science priorities.
Grace Young, Chief of Innovation at Wattwatchers explores technology trends and data-driven solutions that are propelling energy management.
Building a deep tech innovation ecosystem is challenging — so what might we be able to learn from our neighbours over in Silicon Valley? Luckily the answer is plenty.
Dr Katherine Woodthorpe emphasised the value of the long-running CRC program before going on to warn of the threats facing science today.
Australian universities have a vital role to play in ensuring that we have sufficient people with the advanced skills needed to run such sophisticated industries.
Bridging the gap between science and SMEs provides huge benefits to society, says Sally-Ann Williams of Cicada Innovations.
PhD researcher Huong Ly Tong is adding AI to apps to see how fitness tracking can be personalised.
Professor Simon Lucey, co-director at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning in Adelaide, South Australia has seen first hand the benefits of collaboration.
Reflections on the role, from Australia’s former Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel AO as he departs the Office of the Chief Scientist, after five years in the top job.
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.
University science works with the CSIRO to build communities around new and groundbreaking areas of research as well as facilitating connections and collaborations with industry.
STEM Lightning Lunches are keeping the momentum going with regular online networking sessions for the STEM engagement community.
While Australia is falling behind when it comes to producing R&D leaders playing on the global stage, the opportunity is there.
Professor John Shine AC FRS PresAA on the proud history of university science helping us to understand, protect against, and prevent many infectious diseases, from influenza to the viruses that cause some cancers.
Universities can avert a funding crisis and save many research projects from closing by adopting more sustainable and profitable alternative revenue structures, two leading wealth managers say.
It’s 30 years since the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program was established. During this period, it has boosted productivity, grown the economy and created jobs.
Increased diversity in the boardroom is critical to innovation, says CRC Association CEO Tony Peacock.
Discover the real impact of university science in this issue of Australian University Science: Water Futures.
Professor Ian Chubb AC explains why Australian University Science delivers the tools and people Australia needs for a better future.
Tony Peacock, CEO of the CRC Association, says that planning is a critical phase of innovation and it requires both a human and technical approach.