Former University of Queensland professor Tom Stace has joined Sydney-based quantum startup Q-CTRL as a principal quantum control engineer.
IoT data collection and management specialist Canopy Tools has appointed Annabel Humphreys to the role of general counsel and company secretary.
Decision-making platform provider Board International has made four senior appointments.
An app developed by IBM and the COVID-19 Critical Care Consortium (COVID Critical) is designed to help intensive care clinicians access the most up-to-date medical information, customised to the profiles of their own patients.
Construction technology provider Render has appointed Joshua Dawson as its vice president of finance.
Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has joined the effort to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus that is threatening to spread around the globe.
The Director of Research Computing at the University of Queensland, Professor David Abramson, has been awarded the Pearcey medal for 2019 by the Pearcey Foundation for his contribution to the development and growth of the ICT industry in Australia.
The University of Queensland is using a supercomputer from Dell Technologies in research on Alzheimer’s disease.
Aircraft and aerospace manufacturer Boeing and the Australian Space Agency have signed a Statement of Strategic Intent to help advance the agency’s goals to expand Australia’s domestic space industry.
Students from the University of Queensland can now access the SAS Academy for Data Science, gaining a tertiary credit for SAS professional certifications.
Integration, API management and analytics vendor Tibco Software has appointed Melissa Ries as as its general manager of Asia Pacific and Japan.
CSIRO's digital innovation group Data61 has announced the formation of an alliance to develop a national robotics R&D strategy and create the critical mass required to address large-scale Australian and international challenges using robotics technologies.
Agtech specialist The Yield has appointed Harry Debney as its board chair.
The Queensland Government has invested nearly $2 million in renewables energy company Redback Technologies as part of its strategy to advance technology developments in the state.
The Queensland Brain Institute has migrated its systems to Brocade’s Gen 6 fibre channel storage network in a move designed to accelerate its work on brain research.
AI software provider Complexica has hired Anthony Lake as its principal data scientist.
The University of Queensland’s Research Computing Centre announced that its new data-intensive high performance computer, FlashLite, has set two world records to become the world’s most powerful shared memory server.
Energy storage provider Redback Technologies is collaborating with the University of Queensland (UQ) in a move aimed at accelerating the global commercialisation of Redback’s existing technology.
High performance computing specialist (HPC) vendor Xenon Systems, has won a competitive tender to build and deliver a bespoke HPC computer that it says can process and analyse larger datasets than ever before.
The national science hub RiAus has launched what it says is Australia’s first dedicated science TV channel, with the help of digital media solutions company Hostworks.
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