Researchers from the University of Melbourne have launched a groundbreaking project tipped to revolutionise how drugs are tested.
Assembly Payments has taken the entire fintech industry by surprise.
Victorian startup MimicTec has developed a prototype that takes it a step closer to transforming how chickens are farmed in Australia and the world.
The global gender imbalance in the technology and digital industries has deprived many women of the chance to develop their full potential.
The secret to better diabetes treatment may have been found in the most unlikely of places –– snail venom.
A Melbourne company motivated to improve eye health is drawing on local scientific talent to make use of the multi-billion dollar biopharma industry.
Long before Australia’s water scarcity challenges of today. Victorian company Rubicon Water was already working on solutions.
Melbourne's leading minds at the Florey Institute partner with Global Kinetics Corporation to develop a world first piece of tech.
Melbourne scientists are trialling a new stem cell treatment for arthritis that could improve quality of life of those suffering from the disorder.
A fresh approach to usability and engagement is earning Melbourne startup AgriWebb industry accolades and loyal customers.
Melbourne is fast building a reputation as a world-leading medical technology hub.
Australian scientists are researching how population dynamics can be mapped to better understand and prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
A Melbourne 3D printing research unit has been helping to change the face of biomedical science through its manufacture of prosthetic limbs.
Australia has an exciting opportunity to re-join the international space race in which it was once a key participant.
Melbourne has been at the forefront of currency security for decades, and few companies better represent that success than Innovia Security.
A Melbourne-based startup offering new and interesting takes on cycling essentials will soon be exporting its products worldwide.
A Victorian venture capital experiment has borne fruit for Mitsubishi Australia.
A pioneering Melbourne startup is breaking new ground in the next generation of music listening devices.