#Internet of things
GovHack: All your data are belong to us
Groups of skilled hackers are congregating in cities around Australia, and they're hell-bent on forcing government data to do their bidding, including ours. They're participants in this year’s GovHack competition.
Taking remote control of your electricity
We've developed a new system that allows consumers to control high-drain devices remotely using a computer, smartphone or tablet.
How our supercomputers are helping fight heart rhythm disease
We've teamed up with the Victor Chang Cardiac Institute to create a 'virtual heart' that's helping us to better diagnose and treat heart rhythm disease.
Protecting our privacy parts in the online identity crisis
How we are using clever tech to protect our data and let our scientists collaborate securely.
Smart home tech: keeping you independent in your golden years
Have you thought much about retirement? Do you automatically see yourself in your own home, your independence assured? Well, that may not always be the case. But don't worry, we're onto it, with our Smarter Safer Homes Technology.
5 ways high-tech light bulbs can brighten up your life
We take a look at five new types of lights bulbs that are bringing the sexy back into lighting.
Next-gen technologies get down to Robo-business
By Emily Lehmann A world in which robots and humans live side-by-side is no longer just stuff dreamed up in […]
Voting in swarms is all the buzz
By Emily Lehmann There’s been a buzz around town about our bee research this year, and for good reason. In […]
Keeping us connected – wirelessly
By Nola Wilkinson Dr Iain Collings decided early in his career that wireless communications was hot. Fascinated by the prospect […]
It’s like Tinder… for cows
Unfortunately cows can't swipe left or right, so we've helped design a collar that can tell when they're in the mooood for love
Home is where the heart is…monitored
By Ali Green Almost one in four older Australians are affected by chronic health conditions, and close to 1.2 million […]