Improving sustainability and using digital technologies to boost productivity are among the focus areas of a new five-year research program launched by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, and aerospace company Boeing.
Seeking to solve some of society's greatest issues, Samsung is inviting young Australians to create a TikTok video showing how they can use STEM to solve those issues, with a chance to win a share of $20,000.
Sydney's TEDx event, dubbed TEDxSydney, is on next month, with the first speakers and performers announced for what is the events 12th year, and the second time it is being held during a global pandemic.
RMIT is set to become the first Australian university to implement a dedicated cloud supercomputing facility on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to drive digital innovation in research and education at scale.
The CSIRO founded deep tech investment fund Main Sequence has completed a capital raising of $250 milion for its second fund to help it continue its mission aimed at solving the world’s biggest problems in health, food, space, and industrial productivity, by turning science and research into breakthrough companies.
Australian Scientia Professor Martin Green has been made a laureate of the Japan Prize in the field of Resources, Energy, the Environment, and Social Infrastructure for his “revolutionary” work in the field of photovoltaics.
Wanting to work together on national research projects that combines the expertise and resources of both organisations, NBN Co and CISRO will strengthen research and planning for Australia's needs in the post-COVID digital age.
Singapore has pledged to continue investing in innovation and technology as part of its attempt to revive the country’s COVID-19 hit economy by creating new business and employment opportunities.
Australia’s peak body for science and technology, Science & Technolgy Australia (STA), fears the permanent loss of talent from the country’s research system and has called on the Federal Government to staunch the "hemorrhaging" of talent in the wake of thousands more job cuts just announced by universitities.
The Australian Government is investing $344,000 to support two new industry-led collaboration projects through National Energy Resources Australia (NERA), one of the Government’s six industry growth centres.
Microsoft is partnering with Kakadu National Park rangers and Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, in a pioneering program mixing “responsible” artificial intelligence and modern science with traditional knowledge to solve complex environmental management problems, and care for animal species and habitats.
Researchers at Western Australia’s Curtin University say they can now take their work to new heights and depths with the addition of a futuristic Hologram Table at the HIVE, the university’s Hub for Immersive Visualisation and eResearch.
The University of Queensland is using a supercomputer from Dell Technologies in research on Alzheimer’s disease.
The CSIRO's Data61 digital arm and Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology have launched a report that examines the megatrends affecting the development of Vietnam’s digital economy until 2045.
Australia has not yet made the systemic changes required to achieve diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, according to the findings of newly released research.
The peak body for science and technology has called for stronger investment in research and support for a strong and diverse research workforce to help Australia keep pace with rapid global change and fuel a brighter future for all Australians ahead of the May 2019/20 Federal Budget.
Researchers at Western Australia’s Curtin University are on science teams for three major current space missions, which coincide with the launch of the university’s new Space Science and Technology Centre, claimed as the largest planetary research group in the Southern Hemisphere.
University of New South Wales researchers have demonstrated a compact sensor that can access information stored in electrons bringing the world one step closer to scalable quantum computing in silicon.
The development of Australia’s first globally connected technology and science precinct at UNSW Sydney has achieved another milestone, with the signing of an agreement between UNSW and Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute.
Mining and resources giant Rio Tinto and not-for-profit science and educational body Scitech have inked a new five-year $4.4 million agreement to extend their partnership in delivering science, technology, engineering and maths education initiatives to students in Western Australia.
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