Human Physiology-Inspired Motor to Power Robots
Robots need to be capable of muscle-like performance if they were to be useful in augmenting human behaviour or be able to support humans when the human body fails.
New App Makes Superannuation Understandable for Australians
Understanding Super focuses on educating Australians about the key decisions they need to make in order to feel confident about their superannuation balance and growth.
New Zealand Joins Space Mission to Combat Climate Change
The New Zealand Government will be investing on the MethaneSAT, a state-of-the-art satellite designed to detect global methane emissions with unprecedented accuracy.
Exclusive: ABN AMRO Staying Ahead of the Game
Innovation is a top priority to be able to compete and grow in an increasingly challenging environment, even when margins are slim and organisations are tightening budgets.
How HK’s Micro-Apartments Use Smart Tech
The home is also equipped with several smart technologies and remote-control features, including voice-activated synthesizers; automatic blinds; automatic lifting dining table; lighting and air-conditioning; electronic hidden projection screen; and electronic door locks.
Digital Agriculture Research Station to Boost Australian Farms
The Boorowa Agriculture Research Station will utilise drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics for unprecedented accuracy in studying crops and farming systems.
Indian Council of Science and Industrial Research Develops Smart Microscopy
The technology can acquire or use stored microscopic images of blood samples being studied for the quantification of red and white blood cells (WBC) and is an excellent tool to support limited resource areas.