Our scientists are generally known for their tenacity, curiosity and dedication to their field of research. What they’re less known for is their gift-wrapping skills. That is, until now.
A new method using vapour to grow designer tiny crystals, known as metal organic frameworks, could lead to a new breed of faster, more powerful electronic devices.
The new Ford Mustang is sporting the world’s first mass-produced carbon fibre wheels – and we steered them to safety.
We’ve partnered with Australian medical devices company Anatomics to develop better surgical implants, helping patients recovering from trauma and other debilitating medical conditions.
This Anzac Day, Australia and New Zealand commemorate 100 years since the beginning of WWI’s Gallipoli, a campaign famous for its heroism and infamous both for its terrible death toll and the horrific conditions on the battlefield. Despite generations of war veterans developing mental health issues as a result of their service, it was not
My Climate is an interactive tool showing thermal imaging of Melbourne’s City of Port Phillip, helping to inform household energy decisions.
Teams from around the world competed in the search and rescue mission to save a mannequin (AKA: Outback Joe) in our Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Challenge.
We’re using the 3D maps of the Jenolan Caves, to create an interactive game for students to explore a virtual representation of the would famous site.
Had enough of diet fads? We’ve developed a science-based meal replacement program that will help you lose weight in a safe and nutritionally balanced way.