We’re hosting Eighteen04, a start-up organisation that fosters other clean technology start-ups, at our Energy Centre in Newcastle
A world-first was achieved this week at the University of New South Wales who found a way to improve the light-gathering ability of solar cells.
Our next-generation radio telescope just created an image of the cosmos with the most number of ‘beams’ ever produced to date, trained to the one patch of sky.
We’re field testing a new malaria breath test to help the global fight against malaria, which killed more than half a million people in 2013 alone.
Few people know or recall the story of the last person to walk on the Moon during the 1972, Apollo 17 mission. But that is about to change with the release of a new film called ‘The Last Man on the Moon’ and an Australian speaking tour hosted by our very own astronomer, Dr Lisa Harvey-Smith.
How do Australian companies maintain their competitiveness in a digital world, so that their businesses become stronger and create greater value?
Our Data61 team has developed a new online service that makes Australia’s Free Trade Agreements accessible to exporters big and small.
Scientists have discovered that a rare red bread mould with electro chemical properties that could one day be used to charge mobile phones.
Aussies are an ingenious bunch, so we’re proudly celebrating a rich 100 year legacy of world-changing Australian innovation.