There is an elegantly simple solution to the single most important problem that is holding Australian innovation back – access to early stage venture capital, writes Brad Furber.
The largest ever forum of French researchers in Australia will bring together more than 140 scientists to discuss climate science and strategies to increase collaboration and innovation with industry.
A revolutionary rock sampling technology that achieved commercial success and a solar collector that can be used to heat or cool buildings are among the big winners in the 2014 UNSW Innovation Awards.
UNSW mechatronics researchers behind a robotic tractor and seeding machine have been named as finalists in The Australian Innovation Challenge.
Eureka Prize-winner Professor Maree Teesson has been named as one of the country's leading innovators in the prestigious 100 Most Influential Women awards.
UNSW’s commitment to quality learning has been recognised with four citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning as part of the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
A team of UNSW engineering students has created a robotic couch that can move in any direction and be controlled using an Xbox gamepad.
Any big cuts to the CSIRO's budget put at risk the fundamental research that is critical for future innovation, writes Ben McNeil.
Tech entrepreneur and UNSW alumnus Dr Ori Allon will advise the School of Computer Science and Engineering on ways to encourage students to explore and incubate their start-up ideas.
PhD candidate Evelyn Linardy is working on a portable DNA testing device that will allow doctors, researchers and border security to identify samples within 10 minutes. VIDEO