Unmanned aerial vehicles could be delivering supplies and doing casualty evacuations within five to 10 years.
Rumbling diesel Bushmaster engines could one day be a thing of the past, replaced by the quiet hum of electronics.
The 13th Brigade in Western Australia has evolved from a part-time workforce brigade into a test bed for innovation and modernisation across Army.
Defence is partnering with industry and academia to establish a world-leading research facility in biofilms, with a focus on innovative biofouling...
Defence recently gathered some of the biggest names in quantum computing to explore the future of this transformational technology.
National Science Week is a chance to celebrate and acknowledge the significant contributions that Australians have made to STEM.
The use of special effects to create fake wounds and injuries is one of the simulation techniques the ADF employs to train its health workers.
Unmanned aerial systems have become a critical force multiplier for the operations of Air Force’s security forces.
Team spirit gave Flight Lieutenant Jake Dell-O'Sullivan the power he needed to become the fastest Air Force Drone Racing Association (AFDRA) pilot.
Aspiring robotics specialists from around the world will take part in the 2022 RobotX competition later this year.
An adhesive inspired by marine molluscs was one of the innovations that emerged from a joint competition.
Blowing up steel plates is one way Defence scientists ensure materials used in Navy ship and submarine builds are up to scratch.