In 2018 we learned how medical innovations, when paired, just so, with technology can help us lead longer and healthier lives.
Monash University Professor Doug MacFarlane has taken out the coveted $50,000 veski Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation in physical sciences.
Swinburne University’s Alan Duffy has taken out the Australian Museum’s 2018 Eureka Prize for science journalism.
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.
Laureate Professor Hugh Taylor and his team are working on phasing out preventable blindness in Australia’s Indigenous communities by 2020.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation is teaming up with one of Victoria’s top research institutions, Monash University. We find out why.
We speak to Dr Leanne Robinson from the Burnet Institute and Dr Amanda Caples, Victoria’s Lead Scientist, about the eradication of malaria.
Victoria’s latest Business Ambassador, Professor Ian Meredith, is opening trade doors in the healthcare space across North America.
We chart the rise of Dr Lauren Ayton, a 2015 Victoria Fellow recipient who is now a leading bionic eye researcher in New York.
Introducing Victoria’s second Business Ambassador, Dr Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw.
Victorian-based scientists have discovered a new vaccine that protects babies from a potentially deadly rotavirus infection.
Meet VicHealth’s CEO for the past seven years, Jerril Rechter.
Dr Amanda Caples, appointed as Victoria’s Lead Scientist in mid-2016, walks us through her career and shares her love for all things science.
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is establishing a new Innovation Partnering Office with Monash University.
Nutribiotech has chosen Victoria as the location of its fourth global manufacturing facility, creating 150 new jobs in Dandenong South.
Melbourne has surpassed other Australian capital cities as a corporate location due mostly to declining activity in the resources sector.