In 2018 we learned how medical innovations, when paired, just so, with technology can help us lead longer and healthier lives.
In another of our 2018 highlights series, it is a pleasure to share the most popular articles of the year.
For those who appreciate insightful conversations with compelling people, we recommend reviewing our top interviews and profile pieces from 2018.
In 2018 we published hundreds of feature articles, news stories and think-pieces about the people, programs and places which make Victoria tick.
Victoria’s prosperity and liveability are closely linked to our environment, says Dr Gillian Sparkes.
Monash University Professor Doug MacFarlane has taken out the coveted $50,000 veski Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation in physical sciences.
Melbourne has been selected as the 2018 partner city for Asia’s annual flagship design industry event.
A new exhibition, Perfection, is affirming our city as an innovative leader in technology.
Swinburne University’s Alan Duffy has taken out the Australian Museum’s 2018 Eureka Prize for science journalism.
What is an ‘earth resource’ and why does it matter to Victoria? A new snapshot of the industry details the answer, as well as other lead findings.
A world-first patented electronic capsule developed in Melbourne to help identify gut disorders takes out top spot in an international competition.
A team from Melbourne’s RMIT University has invented an award-winning product to help detect harmful levels of UV radiation that cause melanoma.
A Q & A with an industry insider: Deirdre Diamante talks barriers and diversity in the tech sector.
Launched just a decade back, local software company Aconex sold recently for $US1.6 billion. We chart its rise.
New technology allows Victorian geologists to get closer to the rocky centre of gas exploration.
Life for a woman working in the geoscience sector 40 years ago was, quite literally, like entering a minefield. Today the industry is now different.