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.
Dr Alex Zelinsky, Chief Defence Scientist, tells us about how the defence industry is using technology programs to improve Australia’s national security.
New cyberthreats are constantly emerging, which is why the D2D CRC is helping businesses stay a step ahead of the criminals.
Robots that could clear minefields or recover injured soldiers are potential projects for the newly formed Defence Cooperative Research Centre for Trusted Autonomous Systems.
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are being used to create social change and inspire better futures.
A team at ANSTO has developed a treatment to repair and strengthen the outer shell of aircrafts.
The 2018 World Congress will be held in Melbourne, Australia from April 20-24th where thousands will gather to discuss current advancements in medicine.
AI is disrupting even non-tech industries with an automation revolution. Experts urge us to focus on the human skills that give us an edge if we want to thrive in the AI future.
Matt Barrie, Chief Executive of Freelancer.com, shares his concerns about the Australian economy.
Drones could soon be saving lives autonomously with UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) tech that can deliver aid and lift people to safety.
An international project to study Earth’s poorly understood thermosphere uses a swarm of satellites – two of which were built at UNSW.
Gernot Heiser has spent the past decade developing secure microkernals for operating systems.
Minister for Industry Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos, on innovation in research and business.
They’re a record five-time global champion of robot soccer and a laboratory to accelerate research in robotics and artificial intelligence.
Australia’s hottest hackers come from one Sydney lab, led by an affable professor who is on a mission to fight cybercrime at the world’s biggest institutions.
UNSW and Refraction Media collaborate to create a brand new engineering magazine.
Growth Centres are drawing together multiple stakeholders to help commercialise groundbreaking research. The ingredients for successful collaboration are now emerging, Susan Hely reports.
Australian and New Zealand know-how is on the cusp of revolutionising geopositioning, which – in the near future – will be able to get accuracy down to 10cm.
In part 3 of his guide to collaboration, commercialisation manager James Dalton explores how to manage risk in industry-research partnerships.
Australian researchers will have unprecedented access to competitive funding in a new multidisciplinary program.