1 Jul 2021
Has the Funding for Graphene Dried up?
Practically no graphene manufacturer is making significant revenue, let alone a profit, so continued funding will still be essential - but is there still enough cash being injected?
27 May 2021
3D Print Technology to Advance Dental and Facial Reconstruction
3D printing technology will be used to rebuild human teeth, bones and tissues at The University of Queensland's new Centre for Orofacial Regeneration, Reconstruction and Rehabilitation (COR3).
23 Apr 2021
Largest Solar Farm at an Australian University
The Microgrid at Deakin provides a unique opportunity to make a positive contribution in the collective fight against climate change while also conducting high-value research to benefit Australian communities.
26 Dec 2019
Membrane Produces Electricity From Saltwater
Inspired by membranes in the body tissues of living organisms, scientists have combined aramid nanofibers used in Kevlar with boron nitride to construct a membrane for harvesting ocean energy that is both strong like bone and suited for ion transport like cartilage.
2 Dec 2019
Breakthrough Paves Path for a Future Free of Battery Fires
Scientists have proven that liquid solvent-free solid state batteries can easily be made, paving the way for a future free from batteries catching fire or exploding if they get too hot.
18 Sep 2019
Piotrek and CSIRO to make next-gen lithium batteries for global market
A new partnership between Australia's national science agency, CSIRO, and Japanese specialist chemical manufacturer, Piotrek, will see Australian-developed battery technologies commercialised globally within the next five years.
11 Sep 2019
Wearable cameras improve quality of life in heart failure patients
The ever-present devices that seem to track all our moves can be annoying, intrusive or worse, but for heart failure patients, tiny wearable cameras could prove life-enhancing, according to research.
27 Feb 2018
Metal Matrix Composites (MMC): finally reaching the top of wish lists
Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs) have been known and explored for a very long time, but new innovations and an increased demand for high-performance lightweight materials means that they are finally ready to make it beyond their previous false starts.
8 Mar 2017
Global breakthrough in nanotube technology
Researchers unveiled the world's first 3D-printed Boron Nitride Nanotube-Titanium composite on Friday, with the milestone technology set to garner widespread interest across aerospace and defence industries.
11 Oct 2016
Robotic surgical system with sense of touch
A world-first innovation will give surgeons the sense of touch while they drive a robot to conduct keyhole surgery via a computer.
16 Mar 2015
3D printed jet engine
A 3D printed jet engine, produced by Monash researchers, has been unveiled.
15 Jul 2013
Cobalt redox couple boosts thermoelectric cells
Scientists in Australia have improved a technology that recycles waste heat into useable energy by using ionic liquids containing cobalt redox couples as the electrolytes in thermoelectric cells.