A Monash University student team has made the finals of an international competition to design and build the next generation of Mars rover vehicles.
LaunchVic’s latest grant round – closing 24 May – aims to put Aboriginal entrepreneurs into the driver’s seat.
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.
Only 12 per cent of people “building the internet” are women. Yet 34-year-old Melburnian Sheryl Thai is doing her bit to inspire other women to claim
We talk with CyberGym CEO Ofir Hason, whose company has helped to create jobs to help Victorian businesses fight cybercrime.
Introducing Cara Hadzig from Murra Warra in the Wimmera, one of three Victorian finalists for the 2018 AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Awards.
It’s official: our state is the country’s leading tech hub.
Victorian-based scientists have discovered a new vaccine that protects babies from a potentially deadly rotavirus infection.
The Victorian Government is bringing together key businesses leaders, decision-makers and influencers to tackle gender pay inequity.
Migrant entrepreneurs are twice as likely to start businesses, according to a report in Harvard Business Review, for example Tesla and Kogan.
The 28-year-old – named Young Australian of the Year in 2012 – has garnered international acclaim for her robotics inventions.
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.
Victorian businesswomen are being helped to go global as part of a revamped Victorian Women in International Business program.
LiveTiles is opening its global innovation centre and Asia Pacific headquarters in the former manufacturing hub of Geelong.
Victorian Government funding is helping to put Victorian regions on the international wine appreciation map.
There are plenty of compelling reasons why Melbourne is a great place to do business in 2018.