3D-printed artery stent keeps blood flowing
There are lots of things you can achieve through 3D printing. But who would have thought life-saving 3D printed artery stents could be one of them?
Out of this world: work experience at NASA!
Ever wondered what it’s like to work at NASA? One of our researchers has recently returned from a three-month stint at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labs in the USA.
Top science stories in 2019
Celebrations in space, a major laser and a new human discovered. We've wrapped up the top science stories of 2019 as our gift to you.
Robots of the future: it’s about to get weird
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”.
The unexpected intersection between art and science
While art can be subjective and science is objective, what happens when art and science collide?
From magnetic mysteries to medicinal food: our top blogs from 2017
With 2017 coming to an end, we've collected the best science blogs on offer this year.
American woman receives Aussie-made 3D printed implant
Our partnership with Anatomics has led to the first successful implantation of a 3D printed titanium and polymer sternal and rib cage in a New York patient.
Chitty job: 3D printing a bang-up engine
In a modern take on the classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, our team at Lab 22 have 3D printed a replica engine block to give a 1914 race car new wings.
Interronauts | Episode 3: Gate-crashing gut flora, storing movies on DNA, Arthropods of Our Homes, & titanium bones
Jesse, Sophie, and Adrian get together to chat about the uninvited microbes that stumble into our guts, storing films on DNA, the mutations behind mirror movement disorder, and CSIRO's 3D printing of a titanium sternum We also speak with Michelle Trautwein about her new project 'Arthropods of Our Homes'.
Bone, cartilage and tissue; we’ve cracked the trifecta (and it’s made of titanium and plastic)
Edward's sternum needed to be replaced, so we partnered with Anatomics to 3D print a titanium and polymer sternum - the first of its kind.
The science fact behind the science fiction
Our new kids' book helps kids engage with science and technology by looking at inventions that are somewhere between impossible and just around the corner.