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A device that could be developed into ultra-sensitive cameras for security screening that would not require people to queue at airports, has been invented by a research team led by the Australian National University (ANU).

Published in Strategy

Sydney-based manufacturer of PVC stabilisers, Chemson Pacific, is claiming a world-first invention – a 3D Vinyl PVC – which it has developed for the polymer-based 3D printing market.'

Published in Strategy

ASX-listed US-based technology products developer, Department 13 (D13), has been granted a US patent on technology that it says will further enhance its drone defence capabilities and advanced communication networking.

Published in Listed Tech

American global defence and aerospace firm Lockheed Martin has announced what could be a major breakthrough in the race to develop a power source based on nuclear fusion.

Published in Energy
Monday, 08 September 2014 17:07

Hills in search for new inventions to fund

The maker of the iconic hills hoist clothes line, Hills, is now hanging out for the next great invention from amongst Australia’s new generation of inventors.

Published in Development

A Coffs Harbour engineer has developed a portable emergency help device he calls the eButton which allows users to ‘discreetly’ send an SMS via their smartphone without having to pick up or handle the phone.

Published in Development

Secret agents in waiting, take note - British researchers have utilised laser technology and periscope science to develop a camera that can see people and objects hidden around corners.

Published in Security

3D printed pasta could soon be headed to your plate if a collaboration between Italian pasta-maker Barilla and Dutch research organisation TNO is a success.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 18 December 2013 17:46

Apple patents a monitor-free computer

Apple has filed a patent for a potentially game-changing device -a tiny desktop computer that uses a small projector and a nearby wall instead of a monitor.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 26 November 2013 12:22

CSIRO's WiFi patents expire

The bad news keeps coming for Austraia's peak science body CSIRO - its WiFi patents, and therefore its rivers of gold, have expired.

Published in Industrial IT
Friday, 12 July 2013 10:54

Pebble really takes off

The Pebble smartwatch was a masive hit on Kickstarter, and momentum is only continuing to skyrocket.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 27 May 2013 17:57

New quadrocopter is four times the awesome

Kickstarter has been known as the breeding ground for some cool inventions, but they don't get much cooler than this, a hybrid car-helicopter.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 08 April 2013 11:17

No girlfriend, no problem, with new invention

Japan has confirmed its status as world’s weirdest country with its latest invention, a hugging coat, set to warm up singles across the country.

Published in Home Tech




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