Gizmodo was recently invited to visit CSIRO’s Data61 team to try one of their fabled Microsoft Hololenses.
Discover more about the world of science with our fun DIY science activities, using easy-to-find, everyday materials from your own home.
We're looking for an outstanding Indigenous science, technology, engineering or maths professional to inspire the next generation of young innovators.
It's that time of year again - the glitz and glam of Australia's most prestigious science awards, the Eureka's. We're thrilled that two of our own 'hunters' took out top prizes this year.
From Hobart to North Queensland, we were all over the country celebrating National Science Week last week. Here are some of the highlights.
Australia’s national science accelerator is here - so get ON board!
Knee deep in war, something extraordinarily progressive happened in Australia in 1916. Watch the speech, find out about the exhibition, and help us celebrate 100 years of Aussie innovation.
In 2012 Simon Irvin became a mentor for the Indigenous Traineeship Program, where he met 19 year old Natalie Habilay, who — four years later — has become a fulltime technician and mentor herself.
We're turbocharging the world's largest telescope with a 19-beam receiver, made and built by our engineers.
There are at least 100,000 unnamed insect species in Australia. These unknown elements of biodiversity represent an almost completely untapped opportunity and resource.
Our hub in Chile is nurturing some exciting up and coming research talent. Meet Alfredo, Gabriella, and Nicolas.
We're sending six of our BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards finalists to compete in the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition