Two of Defence’s most accomplished rising stars of research have been selected to take part in the Superstars of STEM initiative.
Seventeen-year-old Alex Johnston was thrilled to recover a balloon which came down to Earth at her family farm in NSW.
The fastest drone racers in the Australian Army were centrestage in a tight contest.
Defence is aiming to make one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.
Defence will expand its science, technology, engineering and math cadetship program as part of its STEM vision.
Bouncing radio waves thousands of kilometres across the sky is a normal day for Giuseppe (Joe) Fabrizio, a Defence scientist based in Adelaide.
NASA engineers and scientists have flown to a remote corner of the Northern Territory with the help of the Air Force.
The Chief Defence Scientist, Professor Tanya Monro, has been awarded the 2019 South Australian Award for Excellence in Women’s Leadership.
It was an usual sight in Canberra as a live-fire range arrived on the back of a semi-trailer at Russell Offices.
A ‘breakthrough’ technology developed by RMIT and CSIRO for Defence sounds like something from a science fiction story.