A new Centre of Expertise and degree course will build the next generation of Old Crows*.
Defence's robotic ordnance-handling facility has enhanced safety by removing humans from hazardous situations.
A ballistic armour expert who has developed a way to accurately predict the performance of armour systems on ADF vehicles using virtual explosions has been awarded the 2021 Land Forces Young Innovator award.
Luke Smith has moved from a cadetship into an exciting defence science career at DSTG.
Defence's ground-breaking biometrics research is being used to combat serious crimes against children.
The touchdown of the United States' Global Hawk uncrewed aerial vehicle at RAAF Base Edinburgh on 23 April, 2001 was an exciting achievement in defence S&T.
Defence is calling on all Australian medical or biotech businesses and research organisations to contribute to a national assessment of Australia's health security.
Defence scientist Manik Attygalle is devising unique techniques to keep our military platforms safe.
The Morrison Government's strong focus on cyber security has been reinforced in the awarding of up to $3.6 million in grants to 12 small-to-medium businesses as part of a new industry engagement initiative.
Dr Melanie Farrier had a busy 2020, finishing her PhD, leading a combat engineering team through Defence Operation Bushfire Assist, and becoming a Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) Gender Equity and SAGE Manager.