The ignite event series is working with business to reaffirm Victoria as the nation’s knowledge capital.
A new pilot program allowing for improved negotiation between landowners & mineral explorers has been welcomed in regional Victoria.
Mining has traditionally been a male-dominated sector, but here’s one woman who’s levelling the playing field.
It’s fun. It’s high stakes and it celebrates Victoria’s thriving science scene. It’s veski’s fast smarts innovation program.
A leading light in the production of cancer diagnostic instruments, Rochelle Avinu was recognised at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame awards.
We spoke with Jill Garner, Victoria’s Government Architect, about her background and role.
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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.
Australia’s longest-running digital innovation awards are the perfect opportunity to raise your profile, create connections & increase your exposure.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Victorian students soon to compete in the world's premier university robotics competition.
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Melbourne professors Andrew Roberts and John Seymour have won a Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation for their development of an anti-cancer drug.
Victoria’s prosperity and liveability are closely linked to our environment, says Dr Gillian Sparkes.