The 28-year-old – named Young Australian of the Year in 2012 – has garnered international acclaim for her robotics inventions.
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is establishing a new Innovation Partnering Office with Monash University.
The establishment of lucrative emerging industries is transforming Fishermans Bend and will help turbo-charge Melbourne’s future prosperity.
Nutribiotech has chosen Victoria as the location of its fourth global manufacturing facility, creating 150 new jobs in Dandenong South.
A new Australian research collaboration using 3D implants and robotic surgery is set to change the way tumours and bone cancers are treated.
The Monash Institute of Medical Engineering is delivering real medical breakthroughs and partnerships between researchers, hospitals and industry.
In regional Victoria, cities like Geelong are looking to the Internet of Things to potentially reinvent themselves.
Victoria’s traditional strengths in engineering are proving a strong basis for innovation in the Internet of Things.
A new wave of sports entrepreneurs and startups are turning Victoria’s love of sport into a major economic force.
Daylesford and Hepburn Mineral Springs Co. has expanded to include global exports, innovation products and a sustainable approach.
In a feat of reinvention, Geelong’s manufacturing background is being transformed by innovative research and development projects.
Victorian wheel manufacturer Carbon Revolution is on a roll after successfully raising capital in 2016, and is predicting growth in the years ahead.
Gekko is a Victorian firm that is blazing an international trial in the rapidly growing mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector.
Researchers in Victoria have launched a new manufacturing facility which they believe will produce the strongest, lightest carbon fibre in the world.
Victorian startup MimicTec has developed a prototype that takes it a step closer to transforming how chickens are farmed in Australia and the world.
A fresh approach to usability and engagement is earning Melbourne startup AgriWebb industry accolades and loyal customers.
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.