The ignite event series is working with business to reaffirm Victoria as the nation’s knowledge capital.
Find out why Latin America is heating up for Victorian trade and investment prospects.
It’s fun. It’s high stakes and it celebrates Victoria’s thriving science scene. It’s veski’s fast smarts innovation program.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Journey into the fascinating, hidden depths of the gut at Melbourne Museum’s latest show.
Clara Gaff is spearheading efforts to tackle genetic heart, kidney, cancer, deafness and neurological conditions.
A fear of needles is a reality for many kids during hospital visits. Recent women in leadership award winner, Dr Evelyn Chan, is going to change that.
Meet Anna Lavelle, a recent award recipient for a vast career campaigning for the growth of the life sciences and medtech industries.
Read how one veski award winner is aiming to help prevent asthma in children.
In 2018 we learned how medical innovations, when paired, just so, with technology can help us lead longer and healthier lives.
Melbourne professors Andrew Roberts and John Seymour have won a Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation for their development of an anti-cancer drug.
Monash University Professor Doug MacFarlane has taken out the coveted $50,000 veski Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation in physical sciences.
Swinburne University’s Alan Duffy has taken out the Australian Museum’s 2018 Eureka Prize for science journalism.
A world-first patented electronic capsule developed in Melbourne to help identify gut disorders takes out top spot in an international competition.
Wangaratta secondary students have beaten 600 other teams to take out one of just six highly-coveted 2018 Service Awards at the ‘Robotics Olympics’.
A $16 million investment is helping position Victoria as the country’s main hub for medicinal cannabis.
Laureate Professor Hugh Taylor and his team are working on phasing out preventable blindness in Australia’s Indigenous communities by 2020.
WATCH THE VIDEO: A ground-breaking new exhibition at Scienceworks, ‘Beyond Perception: Seeing the Unseen’ puts teenagers very much front and centre.