Meet Australia’s team of robot ‘Olympians’
Meet Dr Navinda Kottege and the robot 'Olympians' representing Australia in the DARPA Subterranean Final Challenge.
Travel to Mars with Perseverance, Ingenuity and Hope
It’s time to travel to Mars again! The journey is not easy. It takes perseverance, ingenuity and a lot of hope.
Powering our future oceans with floating research labs
Could converting old sea-worthy freighters into floating research arks help power future marine science? We chatted to our experts as part of World Oceans Day to find out.
We dive, dive, dive below the surface of submarine repair
When the navy have to repair a submarine they need to take them out of water and out of action. Our cold spray technology could help reduce this downtime.
Tech songs: Music you can do the robot to
With a little help from our social media fans, we've compiled a list of our favourite tech songs Shake your 'bot to these top tech tunes. ?
Moonwalking students from the Mallee (and more!)
There are kids moonwalking in the Mallee, and designing a garden for Mars. There are students making robots in Central Australia. All of these students are visited by our superstar STEM volunteers.
What we learnt from spending winter under Antarctic sea ice
A fleet of autonomous oceanic robots called 'Argo Floats' braved icy winter waters to learn more about melting ice in East Antarctica.
Rovers of the red planet
While the mission is over for the Opportunity and Spirit Mars Rovers, their legacy lives on and the allure of the red planet continues as we gear up for the next Mars Rover mission.
Robots of the future: it’s about to get weird
In a just published paper our scientists have offered a bold glimpse into what the robots of the future could look like – and it’s not “Robby the Robot”.
From science fiction to robot reality
Our Data61 is one of seven funded participants competing in the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Subterranean Challenge, which aims to explore new approaches to rapidly map, navigate, and search underground environments.
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.