International experts from Australia and India have described for the first time how healthy plants appear to carry bacteria in their cells, opening what they say is a new avenue of research to improve future plant health and propagation efforts – including food crops such as grains and fruit such as grapes.
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology says it has fixed the issues that prevented users of the textmode browser lynx from accessing its website.
An engineer in the city of Mysore in India claims he has found a way to reduce the carbon footprint of vehicle engines, using a relatively simple process for which he has obtained two US patents.
The Bureau of Meteorology has started blocking the text browsers lynx and w3m from accessing its website, preventing many sight-impaired readers from using the site.
Australia’s ageing population will see health services continue to be stretched in coming years unless greater efficiencies are embraced led by modern digital technologies that patients increasingly expect, according to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA).
Scientists have reverted to a 300-million-year-old insect — the dragonfly — to show why future flapping wing drones will probably look like these creatures.
Flying foxes, a species that are listed as vulnerable to extinction due to a drop in numbers, are being detected and counted using drones carrying thermal cameras, researchers say.
Three of the largest tech innovators—Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Facebook, and Microsoft—now have free access to patents under the Low-Carbon Patent Pledge. This patent can support scientists and help them “develop low-carbon solutions” and will be available royalty-free.
Open-source file syncing and sharing software company Nextcloud has teamed up with Kailona, a healthcare app funded by the German Government, to provide a counter-model to apps that sell users' data.
Remote support software specialist LogMeIn is claiming that it contributed to avoiding as much as 63 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions through its customers’ use of GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar during the first year of the pandemic - between April 2020 and March 2021 - compared to daily commuting and business travel for company meetings.