Technicians at No. 36 Squadron are using virtual-reality devices with Boeing-developed software to conduct aircraft maintenance.
Top End soldiers have deployed a WarpSPEE3D metal printer to the field for the second time during a year-long trial.
Particle filters are important to know about and are used in surveillance in Defence.
Uninhabited underwater vehicles are being tested to help Navy personnel find mines in the ocean.
Defence Science and Technology scientists share their passion for their careers.
Able to lift 200kg, SARAH (Supply Assistance Robot - Autonomous Hardware) is a welcome addition to the RAAF Base Amberley workforce.
Seventeen-year-old Alex Johnston was thrilled to recover a balloon which came down to Earth at her family farm in NSW.
What is cognitive fitness and how does it affect performance? One Defence Science and Technology researcher is trying to find out.
A Melbourne-based JSF component supplier has used a government grant to boost its production.
The four F-35A Full Mission Simulators currently operational at RAAF Base Williamtown have been successfully rebooted.
Soldiers are learning how to safely operate protected mobility vehicles in an artificial environment.
One of Navy's hydrographic survey vessels aptly marked World Hydrography Day at sea.