These are Aus4Innovation’s top five achievements in 2022
The Aus4Innovation team is championing disruptive innovation to transform Vietnam into Asia’s next sustainable powerhouse.
Meet our next cohort of deep tech domain game changers
Our ON Program is bringing together 20 teams of researchers and venture builders for the first ON Accelerate bootcamp in two years.
Archaeological excursion connects science with culture for Indigenous students
Indigenous students in WA connected culture and science at University Western Australia, thanks to our STEM Professionals in Schools program.
How to manage soft plastic recycling
Soft plastics are one of the most difficult materials to recycle. We’re working on solutions to help generate pathways for soft plastics recycling in Australia.
An engineering internship to inspire the next generation
Final year university student Jasmin Bradshaw and Head of Design + Industry Newcastle, John Lancken, share why businesses must invest in the next generation.
Lonsdaleite diamonds found in space
A team of researchers have discovered rare hexagonal-structured diamonds formed in space from a destroyed dwarf planet.
Life is a song when you help save lives
Dr Aida Brankovic has shared her operatic-like journey from Bosnia to our Australian e-Health Research Centre.
Pandemic pivot away from harsh chemicals with Wash Wild
With the demand for cleaning products taking off during the COVID-19, Wash Wild saw a gap in the market to develop natural cleaning products that were not as harsh as synthetic chemicals, but just as effective.
Meet Bronwyn Fox: our Chief Scientist
Professor Bronwyn Fox takes up the role as our latest Chief Scientist 30 years after she first joined us as a research assistant.
Clean pandemic pivot: Norris Industries
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Australian dishwasher producers Norris Industries knew they needed to do something fresh and new.
Dr Megan Sebben schools students through STEM programs
Dr Megan Sebben is helping to challenge school kids’ perceptions of what a scientist is and what a career in science can look like.