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Defence expands research to keep troops fighting fit

18 September 2019

Eight Australian universities will conduct additional research into human performance aimed at enhancing warfighter capability.

Shedding new light in many directions

16 September 2019

Professor Nigel Spooner is digging deep for science.

Progress with urban autonomous vehicle flight

9 September 2019

DST robotics specialist Ricardo Cannizzaro is using a unique indoor flight lab to integrate and test new algorithms, hardware and sensors on small uninhabited aircraft systems (UAS).

South Australian start-up commercialises DST radar technology

29 August 2019

DST has signed an agreement that will assist a small South Australian start-up to further develop and commercialise DST technology for the next generation of high frequency radar.

DST Eureka prize winner will safeguard civilians

29 August 2019

A University of Tasmania team has won a Eureka Prize for the development of the world's first trace detection device that can identify inorganic explosives in under a minute.

Seakeeping science makes an impact for Navy

26 August 2019

Seakeeping analysis is the knowledge of how ships behave in waves.

Infinite Studio lifts off

19 August 2019

The journey of a unique piece of software developed by DST scientists has taken a new turn.

Defence envisions a high-tech future based on skilled workforce

13 August 2019

Defence has released its Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Workforce Strategic Vision 2019-2030 in Canberra as part of its celebrations marking National Science Week.

A Joint Effort: collaboration space

13 August 2019

The Next Generations Fund and Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is anticipating the launch of 'A Joint Effort' Stage 2 competition later this year.

Repurposing venerable models for land vehicle research

12 August 2019

Dr William Schonberg, Professor of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has been working closely with DST Scientists.