The Innovation Central Adelaide, launched virtually by defence industry minister Melissa Price, introduces advanced digital design and visualisation technologies to nurture innovation and growth by solving real business problems for small and medium sized enterprises.
Australian researchers for the first time have reverse engineered the visual systems of hoverflies to detect drones’ acoustic signatures from almost for kilometres away.
Australian-born AWS specialist Versent has made several senior appointments in its Singapore operation.
A vegetation-mediated seesaw wetting-drying phenomenon between eastern and western Australia causes the strong variability in climate in Australia, scientists from the Flinders University claim.
International experts from Australia and India have described for the first time how healthy plants appear to carry bacteria in their cells, opening what they say is a new avenue of research to improve future plant health and propagation efforts – including food crops such as grains and fruit such as grapes.
A team of Australian ecology researchers have found two species of Australian bees that have, for the first time, adapted their vision for night-time conditions, a research paper claims.
A research team which includes a scientist from Flinders University has devised a means of analysing very small amounts of DNA to identify the origins of old ivory, a development that could be used to thwart international ivory poachers.
The changes to the NBN rollout outlined by the Federal Government on Wednesday will not solve all of the problems created by the switch to fibre-to-the-node as the main technology for the rollout, an academic from Flinders University claims.
In the “pandemic age” of telehealth and new technologies, remote site lab or point-of-care (POC) testing of biofluids is a potentially "rapid and non-invasive way" to test for most diseases - including COVID-19 - say scientists at South Australia’s Flinders University.
Upskilling workers with vital innovation capabilities is key for the future employment landscape, according to a study by Flinders University Professor Giselle Rampersad which also found that for workers of the future to thrive with robots and artificial intelligence, they will need to learn innovation through strong Worker Integrated Learning programs.
The Chalker Research Laboratory at Flinders University and environmental technology firm Clean Earth Technologies have signed a deal to commercialise new technology that could help remediate environmental pollution.
A doctoral candidate from Flinders University has found fossil remains that indicate penguins looking very much like those alive today thrived in Southern Hemisphere waters after the dinosaurs were wiped out more than 60 million years ago.
Flinders University and the ACE Electric Vehicle Group will sign a research agreement on Friday to collaborate on the development and construction of a flat pack electric vehicle in Australia.
Scientists have found a way of fabricating nanomesh so that it can be used as a drug delivery system for antibiotics, in what could be a step in the fight against global antibiotic resistance.
Climate change, noxious weeds and a number of human activities are leading to the extinction of bee species in Fiji, even as Australian researchers are discovering new species, it is claimed.
A team from Flinders University has completed preparations for participating in the 2019 World Solar Challenge which takes place from 13 to 20 October and involves travelling from Darwin to Adelaide in a solar-powered vehicle.
A team of scientists at Flinders University is working on developing a small fibre-optic sensor, known as a continuous cardiac flow monitoring probe, that is claimed to have the potential to save lives during open-heart surgery, and even be used during surgery on premature babies.
Researchers from Flinders University, in collaboration with the University of South Australia, claim to have developed a new absorbent polymer, made from waste cooking oil, sulphur and powdered activated carbon, that will help clean up toxic polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS).
Sea anemones appear to have a secret weapon that protects them against high temperatures and bleaching that is affecting coral reefs due to climate change, researchers from Flinder University claim.
Researchers from Flinders University say they have used marine sponges to develop a new means of reading complex microbial populations, and the same technique could be used to improve analysis of the human microbiome.
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