Meet our researcher: Dr Denise Hardesty
Meet Dr Denise Hardesty. She uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to research ways to stop plastic pollution from entering our environment.
Reeling in smart tech for sustainable fishing
Could technology change the face of fishing? We asked our experts to reflect on one of our winning competition entries as part of this World Oceans Day series.
May science quiz: what’s the buzz?
You May-bee the king or queen-bee of science knowledge in your house, but can you hold your own in our May science quiz? Buzz-inga!
AI relieves data drought for farmers
Farms of the future will not just need tech, but also intelligence. A new one-click rural property report pulls together data on every rural property in Australia. Backed by science.
Australian quantum technology could become a $4 billion industry and create 16,000 jobs
A quantum technology boom is coming, and Australia must act to avoid missing out. Our new roadmap plots a course for this new industry.
Book it in: our top isolation reading ideas
Self isolation got you down? We’ve put together a list of our top 10 books, articles and reports to pull you out of your world.
Quantum computing: What’s the big deal?
Quantum technology could help solve challenges across a range of sectors. But what exactly is quantum technology and how will it be used?
Spark of hope in Australia’s bushfire crisis
As we adapt to more severe weather events in a changing climate, we need a better understanding of how bushfires start and spread.
Magpie geese return with help from ethical AI and Indigenous Knowledge
In the wetlands of Kakadu, rangers are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Indigenous Knowledge to care for country. The results are promising: thousands of magpie geese are returning to roost.
Game on: using augmented reality in prawn farming
We’re using gaming platforms, sensor technologies and next-gen data interaction techniques to help prawn farmers make decisions. Check out what we did at the recent D61+Live to demo the tech.
Australian researchers design computer game to diagnose depression and bipolar
Researchers have developed a system they say can peer into the mind with significant accuracy, and could revolutionise mental health diagnosis.