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Science saviours under the microscope at AusBio

Hundreds of top Australian and international scientists, business leaders and investors will attend the 2014 AusBiotech conference – the largest annual gathering of biotechnology...

New research and development centre opened in Clayton

Minister for Manufacturing David Hodgett yesterday officially opened a major new national scientific research and development facility in Clayton. Rapid Automated Materials and Processing...

Academia joins industry and government to drive innovation in the chemicals and plastics sector

Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier Craig Ondarchie has announced the start of the “Chemicals and Plastics Innovation Network and Training Program” at the start...

Melbourne University Scientists and CSIRO’s printable solar panels soon to hit the market

According to an article published on the ABC, scientists are one step closer to providing a fast and low-cost process of printing solar cells...

Monash University researchers develop revolutionary graphene light detector

A team of researchers from Monash University, the University of Maryland in the US, and the US Naval Research Laboratory have developed a light detector...

Copper shines as flexible conductor

Modern materials that are light, flexible and highly conductive have immense technological potential – it’s just a matter of finding concepts affordable enough for...

Chance discovery could see graphene used for medical purposes

Researchers from Monash University have come across a startling discovery which is expected to broaden the range of application of graphene — a fullerene consisting...

Australian scientists 3D print body parts for teaching anatomy

Australian scientists from Monash University have 3D printed realistic body parts to allow doctors in training to learn about the human body and anatomy...
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