Launched by ELO2 & Freelancer.com, the new challenge will allow Australian innovators to contribute to Australia’s first lunar rover.
Did you know that for the price of a brand new large ute, you could instead send your very own small satellite to the International Space Station and out into orbit?
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.
An Australian space start-up will experiment with growing plants on the moon by sending a capsule containing carefully selected seeds and ‘resurrection’ plants, along with sensors, a camera and water on a commercial lunar lander travelling to the moon in 2024.
A new CDU-RMIT TestLab will house an advanced manufacturing and test flight facility for the development of drones at Charles Darwin University (CDU).
Earth meteorites could be used to find evidence of life on the planet Mars
Harnessing science and technology will deliver a strong economy with more jobs.
A national network with a mission to advance local space manufacturing and future launches in Australia is being backed with $52 million from the Australian Government.
Register for the next ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series webinar exploring how advanced technologies drive Australia’s space industry.
A new toolkit that will make space missions quicker, cheaper, more accurate and safer is among a series of projects being backed by the Moon to Mars program.
Register for the next ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series webinar exploring how nuclear technology can benefit the space and aerospace industries.
CSIRO has opened applications for a new program for small to medium businesses working in the space sector.
ANSTO, Australia’s knowledge centre for nuclear science and engineering, is part of Australia’s Space Race, helping Australian companies develop technology for the nation’s fledgling space industry.
Associate Professor Marco Petasecca is securing Australia’s space-faring future by establishing local testing facilities to certify Australian electronic components for space.
UNSW Sydney and Wolfpack Space Hub have joined forces to collaborate on creating a startup for space businesses.
Australian researchers in industries like agriculture and natural disaster management can now apply to direct the Earth observation satellite
The Australian Space Awards recognise the best and brightest who are driving the development of
Australia’s space economy in the Australian space industry.