To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re giving a shout-out to three women who are ground-breaking…. in every sense of the word.
Some of Europe’s most industrial areas have an approach to net zero emissions that may have pointers for Victoria.
Nominated by the Victorian Government for a business migration visa, Chau Tran has launched an export company, working with South Gippsland Dairy.
Phillip Island based engineer, Mat Bowtell, made an unusual choice after he was retrenched from the automotive industry – he decided to work for free.
Locust plagues may sound biblical but they’re a real and present threat to Aussie farmers.
Where fast & safe medical testing has become more important than ever, now is the time to improve how we deliver medical supplies. Why not use drones?
Agriculture Victoria scientists are keeping our state’s $3.2 billion agricultural sector safe from plant pests. Here’s how.
Can the hovering of a drone replace the attentive eye of a farmer? Agriculture Victoria discuss a new trial which aims to find out the answer.
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.
Find out how a LaunchVic-supported course is nurturing our state’s thriving startup culture.
In the gold mine township of Stawell, about 200 kilometres north-west of Melbourne, researchers are searching for the existence of dark matter.
Cancer treatment is set to become more accurate thanks to a device created by startup INWENTECH.
Read about the local data company using startup innovation to navigate the chaos of everyday life.
Australia is one of the most efficient dairy producers in the world. We visit Ellinbank, where dairy research & development has been ticking away over
Engineer Tara Halliday, one of three women who has received a 2019 Women on Boards scholarship, is helping to reduce our environmental footprint.
With experience in the mining, oil and gas industries, engineer Sarah Callil is an “agent of change.”