Posts by Sofia Dalla Costa
10 things to know about quantum
Quantum mechanics is a branch of physics that deals with the behaviour of matter and energy at the smallest scale. It has a profound impact on our everyday lives, so what do you need to know about quantum?
Artificial intelligence wheelchair puts users in control
A new world-first autonomous wheelchair is set to give greater control to people who can’t use traditional joysticks.
A golden year for a giant antenna
We’re celebrating the achievements of Deep Space Station 43 over its 50 years of space communications.
Avoiding a (total) food recall
We’re exploring a new method for verifying tests for allergens and contaminants in food that could be used to identify contaminated products before they hit grocery shelves.
Busy as a bee: new study confirms bees can help detect plant viruses
We love bees for their pollination and honey production. Now there’s new buzz around another task: monitoring crops for plant viruses.
Supercharging the future of energy storage
We’re supercharging the future of energy storage with bright solutions from our Renewable Energy Storage Roadmap.
Generation alpha has never had an average summer and probably never will
Last summer didn’t seem to hit the same number of scorching highs that we are accustomed to. But was it really cooler than usual?
A picture of success: how artificial intelligence is advancing medical imaging
At the Australian e-Health Research Centre, we’re using artificial intelligence to help health professionals diagnose, monitor and treat disease.
Meet Phoebe Readford: Protecting Australia from emerging diseases
Phoebe Readford travels far and wide to improve the biosecurity of neighbouring countries, and in turn Australia.
Let’s hear it for the girls in science
The future of science is in good hands with these girls on our side.
From art to artificial intelligence with our vacation program
Our vacation program attracts the best and brightest university students from around Australia. Hear from Jenna about her experience in the program.