Vehicular weight plays a large role in petrol consumption. We’ve developed a unique technique to use lighter, stronger magnesium panels on cars.
Our new nano fabric could be a viable new solution in dealing with environmental disasters like oil spills.
We’ve invented of a new type of membrane, a cactus-inspired design that has the potential to significantly boost the performance of fuel cells.
Here’s something to raise your glass to: a little home-brewed Aussie ingenuity is seeing our special Kebari™ barley being used to make the world’s first commercially produced, full-flavoured, barley-based, gluten-free beer.
We collaborated with EMClarity to create radio technology to connect the New York Stock Exchange servers with those of the Nasdaq Exchange in New Jersey in a multi-million dollar order.
Intelligent machines are taking on many of the jobs once carried out by humans but that doesn’t mean we’ll have mass unemployment.
When most people think of Australian rock stars, they probably picture Johnny Farnham, Tim Rogers or Sarah Blasko. But what about Drs E Ralph Segnit, Dave Wadsley, Ernie Nickel and Ian Grey?
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.
We’re helping to match up businesses so they can share waste and other resources, improving the economic and environmental outcomes in their communities. It’s the gift that keeps on giving