Some top-level members of Victoria’s education department will face court on corruption charges.
A new project has allowed researchers to gauge a person’s anger based only on the way they use a computer mouse.
Some potential recipients of the Federal Government’s $1.1 billion “ideas boom” investment say revolutionising the economy will take more than just money.
Engineers at MIT have created a new atomic force microscope (AFM) that can create near real-time videos of nano-scale processes.
A new Federal Government initiative will bring some high-tech tools to one of the world’s oldest activities.
Australian energy firms Natural Solar and Origin will be the first to install Tesla Energy’s Powerwall in the local market.
The Tasmanian Government is considering paying up to $20 million to attach the state to a global underwater digital cable network.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has kicked in to fund a new non-profit research company that seeks to promote ethical and safe artificial intelligence (AI).
Researchers have unveiled a pair of high-tech socks that turn urine into power.
Embattled car-maker Volkswagen is working hard to minimise its emissions-test scandal.
Two local tech gurus have shot up Australia’s rich list after the public offering of software company Atlassian.
German engineers are about to take the next step toward what could be the future of energy systems.
The Federal Government has put up almost $1.1 billion to promote business-based research, development and innovation over the next four years.
Reports say the Turnbull government is looking to sell large chunks of the government-owned National Broadband Network.
Neuroscientists now can read the mind of a fly – or at least, watch it think.
A group of US scientists and activists want the next level of gene-editing techniques banned.
The Federal Government has agreed to a deal proposed by the Greens over laws to crack down on multinational tax avoidance.
Reports say there has been a major cyber attack on the computers at the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), and China is to blame.
University of South Australia has turned its telecommunications research into a multi-million company.
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