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Monash University and the Provincial Government of West Java, Indonesia have signed a Letter of Intent to collaborate on developing new solutions to restore the Citarum River – one of the most polluted rivers in the world.

Published in Deals

A serious vulnerability in SAP Solution Manager would allow an attacker can authenticate to vulnerable systems by simply trying to connect, a local researcher has warned, adding that a proof-of-concept exploit is circulating.

Published in Security

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.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Monash University researchers have developed an energy exchange framework to better manage distributed energy resources, and which they say will help consumers lower their power costs.

Published in Energy

Researchers at the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science (ACEx) say they will soon have a much cheaper way of stabilising, blocking and steering light – potentially lowering the costs of high-tech equipment used in telecommunications, medical diagnostics and consumer electronics.

Published in Development

A claimed “world first” cutting-edge robotics research project at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision to create bespoke, miniaturised surgical robots, is the brainchild of a young researcher, Andrew Razjigaev.

Published in Health

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.

Published in Space

Australia’s innovation precincts will help drive industry research co-operation and economic growth, a new report just published by the Australian Government claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Ericsson has boosted its global research and development ecosystem with the establishment of a “hypermodern test laboratory” and new facilities in Budapest, Hungary.

Published in Strategy

Global technology and digitalisation giant Siemens has given an industrial software grant with a commercial value of its product lifecycle management software of $447 million to the University of Western Australia.

Published in Strategy

Talks today between the federal government and business leaders have set in train initiatives to strengthen measures to combat cybersecurity threats across Australia.

Published in Security

From Linux rootkits to Android malware, from encrypting viruses through to advanced persistent threats, ESET’s Sébastien Duquette researches a lot of malware - and he’s here to present at the AVAR 2014 conference in Sydney.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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