Supercharging battery metals
With global demand for battery technology set to soar, Australia is well placed to deliver the raw materials and take advantage of a battery metal bonanza.
Tech mate: Why Australia needs to embrace technology now
The fourth industrial revolution is coming. Instead of fearing it, Australia needs to embrace digital innovation and prepare for the future ahead.
Good karma for water saving chameleon
How many calories were in your last meal? Do you know how many litres of water were required to grow it? We've got the answer and it's not very sustainable. We're working to reduce water waste in agriculture.
Four factors driving the price of Bitcoin
The price of Bitcoin has declined significantly in the past couple of days, after rising 1,850% in the past two years. Here are four reasons why.
What construction jobs will look like when robots can build things
With an ageing workforce, breakthroughs in virtual and augmented reality technology are expected to step in and change the worksites of the future.
Eighteen04: Clean-tech start-up kick-starts start-ups
We’re hosting Eighteen04, a start-up organisation that fosters other clean technology start-ups, at our Energy Centre in Newcastle
Innovate and focus on the customer to succeed
How do Australian companies maintain their competitiveness in a digital world, so that their businesses become stronger and create greater value?
Opening up a new world of business: the Data61 Free Trade Agreement Portal
Our Data61 team has developed a new online service that makes Australia's Free Trade Agreements accessible to exporters big and small.
What makes one economy more resilient than another?
What factors make one region more resilient than another? The answer could help us understand how to make our economies better able to resist the next shock, be it financial, a natural disaster or something else.
Automation won’t destroy jobs, but it will change them
Are we heading towards mass unemployment as computers and robots do all the work? The short answer is no - and we could even see job numbers increase.
Australians can be sustainable without sacrificing lifestyle or economy
Australia could make enormous progress towards a more environmentally sustainable future without a major change in what we value. Here's how.