Dr Andrew Piotrowski has won the 2018 Minister's Award for Achievement in Defence Science for his innovative work in developing force protection systems.
DST scientist Zenka Mathys presents 'Safety a Burning Ambition: The Science of Fire for Defence Platforms' as part of the FOCUS Lecture series.
Two Defence scientists have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.
A military trial conducted in downtown Adelaide, involving five countries and nearly 200 military and civilian personnel, has won a national project management award.
Defence scientist Paul Marsden has been awarded the US Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service.
A new strategic alliance between Rheinmetall and DST will advance the development of innovative technologies for land capability.
DST is seeking an Australian academic partner to co-host a space technologies symposium.
A new corrosion-resistant coating that halved the build-up of algae and barnacles on ship hydraulic components is now being trialled on HMAS Canberra.
Concepts which once belonged to the realms of science fiction are becoming a reality for Australian soldiers, thanks to work by DST scientists.
A research agreement between DST and Adelaide-based Daronmont Technologies will explore next generation technology options for Defence applications.