Who’s who in the zoo: uncovering animal social networks
We’ve monitored the social networks of livestock – namely cows and sheep – to help farmers manage their welfare.
Aus4Innovation: Aussie and Vietnamese researchers partner to deliver digital impact
Australian research teams and their Vietnamese counterparts are collaborating on digitally transformative projects to deliver lasting social, economic and environmental impacts in Vietnam.
Phishing, smishing and spear phishing: avoid a cybersecurity attack
Humans are the weakest link in cyber attacks. Learn how to avoid a cybersecurity attack by understanding some common cybersecurity terms.
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?
Why Matt Shields will be wearing red this Valentine’s Day
Matt Shields is an extreme cyclist, platform solution architect and a heart attack survivor. Now a heart health abassador he's taking part in Wear Red Day.
Swipe right: Who is accessing your dating app data?
Do you really know who’s looking at your dating app data? We don't mean your potential matches.
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.
Detecting the ‘drop dead’ drug—fentanyl
Fentanyl is 50–100 times more powerful than morphine, and it's fuelling a spike in overdose deaths in Australia. We've created a new way to detect this drug.
A virtual reality check for cancer research
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.
Foreshadowing attacks: cybersecurity researchers save the day
An international team of researchers has discovered a new cybersecurity vulnerability called Foreshadow.
Swiping your identity: how you’re being tracked
Our new research reveals that personal identity can be compromised through some surprisingly devilish techniques – tracking the way we touch and swipe on smartphones.