Using freely available data, such as news reports and food prices, to map potential global trouble spots is one of four counterterrorism research projects established by the Data to Decisions CRC.
JCU researchers develop an app that catalogues the hundreds of frog species in Australia.
Technology is helping us cross cultural barriers, scale vast distances, and develop collaborative workspaces.
Australia’s leading innovation in engineering and manufacturing is a national asset.
Commercialising research takes years of work and risk-taking, Margaret Gardner explains.
The future of health will focus on the individual, and benefit from more integration between the patient, clinician and researcher.
Research led by James Cook University scientists in collaboration with CSIRO and QUT has come up with a rugged and affordable computer network that could be a boon for cattle farmers.
Automation and advanced technologies hold the key to a more productive, biodiverse and safe Australian landscape, Jude Dineley reports.
Australia’s first cell therapy manufacturing centre is bridging the gap between cell research in the lab and its availability in the market.
Researchers at the University of South Australia will take body measurements of Navy personnel using 3D scanning technology.
In 2011, the Labor Government’s Draft Energy White Paper predicted that natural gas could account for 44% of electricity production in Australia by 2050 – more than double the current capacity of gas.
Reducing healthcare fraud is one long-term goal of a new research initiative by Australia’s Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre (CMCRC).
The first study to identify the skills and qualities required to successfully put research to use via commercialisation was awarded $98k grant funding today.
More than 500 million tweets go out daily, forming just part of the massive data stream from social media that mental health researchers are tapping into, Fran Molloy reports.
Research by the Wound Management Innovation CRC may lead to a reduction of crippling foot injuries for people living with diabetes.
Advances in the design and manufacture of polymer solar cells based on light harvesting dyes promise a solar power revolution.
Australian developers have begun to commercialise affordable new software that could revolutionise online education – as well as our interactions on the internet.
Surveys by an unmanned submarine support suggestions that Antarctic sea ice is thicker than previously thought, according to research published in Nature Geoscience.
The Energy Pipelines CRC is working to prevent a pipeline disaster ever occurring in Australia, Clare Pain reports.
Job stats are low but hopes are high for Australia’s beleaguered manufacturing sector to transition into a high-tech, world-class, niche market operator. Myles Gough reports.