As we look back to celebrate the 50th anniversary of that lunar landing, there comes another call. Mars. What's needed to get us there?
Vaccines aren’t just for humans. Our researchers have developed world-first techniques to 'vaccinate' algorithms against attacks, a significant advancement in machine learning research.
Victorian school students are helping support a global initiative to save bees thanks to our tech.
The World Wide Web is a tangled mass of interconnected services and our researchers have spotlighted a fundamental flaw in its design that has significant implications on privacy and security.
Students studying health-related courses now have access to remote health delivery systems in anticipation of wider adoption of the technology in the near future.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform the way we live, work, communicate and travel. So long as it's designed that way.
We've developed a new tool to better monitor and predict outbreaks of infectious diseases, like dengue and measles, in Australia.
Virtual reality (VR) technology is for more than just gaming. We're working with our partners on a new project using VR to aid in diagnostics and treatment for young cancer patients.
The National Drought Map brings together information on weather conditions and agricultural industries to help government provide support where it's needed most.
In a just published paper our scientists have offered a bold glimpse into what the robots of the future could look like – and it’s not “Robby the Robot”.
Just as a fingerprint can identify a person, our food detectives are working to stamp out food fraud by using isotopes to trace food from the paddock to the plate.
Blockchain data is unchangeable, which is a problem when privacy laws require companies to delete data once it’s served its purpose.