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Avatars improving health and aged care

Clevertar, a spin-out company from Flinders University’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (AI Lab) is an expert in designing and developing relational … Read more

Andre Luiten

Challenging the theory of time

The University of Adelaide’s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) in collaboration with BAE Systems in Australia are helping … Read more


Engineering a better night’s sleep

Ever wondered why you wake up at roughly the same time each morning whether or not your alarm clock is … Read more


Smart surveillance

Since the 2001 attacks on the Twin Towers, public safety has become a worldwide issue and the demand for more … Read more

Frank Bruno

Melting salt to store solar power

Fast-melting salts could solve solar power’s big challenge: the mismatch between peak sunlight hours and peak, evening electricity use. Associate … Read more


How capturing practice can drive research and innovation

Transplant surgery is difficult at the best of times but research at the Australian Corneal Graft Registry is helping to … Read more


Managing mobile networks for A+ customer service

When most of us take out our mobile phones to make a call, check emails, browse the internet or download … Read more


Helping people to breathe easy

Imagine trying to go about your day not being able to breathe properly. That’s the case for 300,000 Australians who … Read more


Renewable biofuel

Whyalla is set to be the biofuels capital of the world if South Australian start-up Muradel has its way. The seaport … Read more


Better beer

Beer is big business in Australia—which means barley production is also big business. In fact, with an annual farm-gate value … Read more


Foundations for success: the partnership between industry and research

UniSA’s inaugural Industry Professors, Peter Murphy and John Fielke, say cultivating strong links between industry and research will create new jobs … Read more


Overcoming the “yuck” factor in bowel cancer screening

Bowel (or colorectal) cancer is Australia’s second biggest cancer killer, affecting 1 in 10 male and 1 in 15 female … Read more


When Nanotechnology met luxury fashion

The worlds of nanotechnology and luxury fashion brands don’t often meet, but when they do interesting things can happen! Researchers … Read more


Mission-critical systems

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) has brought together some of the State’s leading computer experts to solve key … Read more

Medical Implant Coating

New medical implant coating fights infection from within

University of South Australia researchers are developing new technology to reduce the risk of post-operative infection in biomedical implants such … Read more