Phillip Island based engineer, Mat Bowtell, made an unusual choice after he was retrenched from the automotive industry – he decided to work for free.
Victorian company Nucleus Network was chosen to run world-first clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine.
The race is on to find a vaccine for coronavirus (COVID-19) and Melbourne researchers are leading the way.
How do you rise to the top in science? We glean advice from four women who have done just that, including Victoria’s Lead Scientist, Amanda Caples.
Cancer treatment is set to become more accurate thanks to a device created by startup INWENTECH.
Infectious disease expert Sharon Lewin speaks to us about why Melbourne is leading the race to cure HIV.
A Monash University drug could potentially save the lives of thousands of new mothers.
WATCH THE VIDEO: See the highlights from Global Table 2019, where world leaders from sustainability, agriculture & trade discussed the future of food.
One of the world’s most advanced 3D bioprinters has been named product of the year at the recent National Good Design Awards.
The doctor and world record-breaking cyclist is now changing the game for Victorian women and girls in sport and recreation.
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.
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.