Technology

Viewing options
  1. Switch to Layout 1
  2. Switch to Layout 2
  3. Switch to Layout 3

Category > Landing [Taxonomy Driven]

Dr Paddy Neumann works on the Neumann Drive.  Credit Neumann Industries.
Class: technology-style
Paddy Neumann: Rocket man
Australian rocket scientist Dr Paddy Neumann has invented technology that could revolutionise space travel: his rocket drive recycles space junk for fuel and is set to be tested on the International S ...
read more
Professor Helen Christensen from the Black Dog Institute. Credit: UNSW
Class: technology-style
Social media: the new frontier in mental health
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
More than 300 million people around the world suffer depression and mental illness is rising. Australian researcher Helen Christensen’s world-leading research looks at how digital and online technolog ...
read more
Daniel Timms. Credit: BiVACOR Inc/Texas Heart Institute.
Class: technology-style
The artificial heart that could replace transplants
Daniel Timms spent his childhood learning the mechanics of plumbing from his father. Today he is using that knowledge to create a ground-breaking artificial heart device with the potential to prolong ...
read more
Tim Edwards, Chief Technology Officer, Seeing Machines
Class: technology-style
Seeing Machines making driving safer
Australian company Seeing Machines uses eye tracking technology to detect when a driver is drowsy or distracted, saving lives on the road, in mines and on railways. From 2017 its driver safety systems ...
read more
Rendering of the VicHyper pod on the streets of Melbourne
Class: technology-style
Australian Students Lead Transport Revolution
Tags: Innovation
A futuristic pod with an award-winning braking system invented by Australian university students may become a critical component in the Hyperloop, a next-generation mode of transport. The Australian i ...
read more
Marita Cheng
Class: technology-style
Marita Cheng: The Australian roboticist helping blind people see with the click of a button
Tags: Engineering | Inspiring Australian Women | IT | Smartphone Apps
Discover how roboticist Marita Cheng is helping vision-impaired people see the world around them.
read more
Colin Hall. Credit: Wildbear.
Class: technology-style
Australian science behind market-first plastic mirror
In transport industries, metal and glass are increasingly being replaced by lightweight yet durable plastic parts, which can be easily moulded into dynamic shapes, and don’t shatter on impact. Capital ...
read more
Christophe Hoppe with his new Bauselite watch casing. Credit: Flinders University/Bausele
Class: technology-style
Nanotechnology and luxury watches: an innovative Australian partnership
In 2015, Bausele became the first Australian luxury watch brand to be invited to Baselworld in Switzerland – the world’s largest and most prestigious luxury watch and jewellery expo. Its success is, i ...
read more
IlORA_GoT_Web.jpg
Class: technology-style
How Game of Thrones' Emmy-award-winning battle scene was made
Melbourne based visual effects provider Iloura – also known for creating ghosts for the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters – has won its first Emmy for the Game Of Thrones (GoT) season six episode “Battle of ...
read more