Abbas Mohajerani thinks that human waste could mean another brick in the wall.
A reinvented fitness tracker that can be used for livestock is helping farmers save time and money.
Origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper-folding, is increasingly being used to solve modern-day engineering problems.
CSIRO is using heat to produce an even more versatile carbon-based material.
Following a series of high-profile air disasters, an Australian aeronautical researcher decided data would make flying less risky.
Medical and engineering researchers are working on a device that could one day replace needle-prick blood tests for type 1...
The streets of a Sydney suburb will serve as a testing ground for a new geopolymer concrete made from recycled...
Future medical devices could use the body’s own electrical signals to predict problems and help the nervous system keep them...
Skin cancer accounts for one of the largest number of cancer diagnoses in Australia every year.
Engineers have looked to hummingbirds to create a winged robot that uses AI to go where humans and drones can’t.