Satellite communications company Iridium has completed its US$3 billion NEXT satellite constellation upgrade campaign.
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.
Scientists at the Australian National University have been able to predict droughts and increased bushfire risk up to five months in advance by using new space technology.
An American man has leaked details on the Web about individuals who have been diagnosed with HIV in Singapore, having apparently obtained the information from a man with who he had a relationship.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced $500,000 in funding to Climate-KIC Australia to lead a three-year longitudinal study into the benefits of geothermal energy in the residential sector and greenfield estates.
Microsoft Australia is partnering with Remarkable, a division of Cerebral Palsy Alliance, to sponsor two start-ups who are focused on creating AI solutions that aim to improve the lives of Australians with disabilities.
The main bacteria that cause chronic gum disease may be behind Alzheimer's disease, a report claims, based on a study carried out by Cortexyme, a pharmaceutical company in San Francisco.
Automated vehicle technology will be tested in rural Victoria this year, with the State Government awarding Bosch $2.3 million from the Connected and Automated Vehicle Trial Grants Program and granting it the state’s first Automated Driving System permit for on-road testing of highly automated driving systems.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has completed a 30 MW / 8 MWh grid-scale battery at the Dalrymple substation on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.
Researchers at Flinders University claim a breakthrough in finding the structure of "rogue clones" that cause the auto-immune disease Lupus and say it could help lead to effective treatments.
Just sell the whole thing to Telstra already. It can't get any worse.
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