An international team of researchers including researchers from UniSA has developed a scanning tool to make websites less vulnerable to hacking and cyberattacks.
The third of its state-wide regional science and innovation hubs in Cairns enables Far North individuals and community groups to participate in a range of STEM-based and innovation-related activities and events.
From helping new parents keep track of a newborn’s milestones to creating a single state-wide medical record and supporting better patient outcomes and virtual care, the Government is embracing digital solutions to help its residents.
Over 26,000 students exploring careers in critical industries will benefit from an additional AU$ 108.5 million over four years for the NSW Government’s two new TAFE NSW Institutes of Applied Technology.
SMEs working on new cyber security solutions can join the free, 10-week online Innovate to Grow programme, offered by CSIRO, to support their commercial idea with research and development expertise.
A student from the University of Sydney’s School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering is developing a surgical planning tool to assist surgeons in complex jawbone reconstruction procedures using new-gen devices.
The state government, Future Food Systems Cooperative Research Centre, Shire of Murray and Murdoch University combined forces to develop an AU$ 13.6 million Food Tech Facility for food innovation and development.
The Department of Customer Service hosted online community workshops recently to address the barriers affecting the participation of customers by exploring accessibility, digital literacy, affordability and security.
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