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Coming together to defend against CBRN threats

10 September 2021

Defence has appointed inaugural members to the Operating in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Environments (OCE) STaR Shot Advisory Council from across the national science-and-technology ecosystem.

Funding boost for CBRN sensor research

6 September 2021

Australian researchers are set to receive $1.34 million in funding to develop innovative sensors that detect chemical and biological threats.

Secure computing device enhances productivity

2 September 2021

The innovative Cross Domain Desktop Compositor is in the running for a Eureka Prize.

Applying digital twins to the land domain

1 September 2021

In collaboration with Flinders University and South Australian automotive business, Supashock, DSTG is exploring how digital twins can be used in the preventative maintenance and condition monitoring of military land vehicles.

Women in STEM support hits record high

18 August 2021

A record 25 scholarships have been awarded to women studying STEM at 13 universities across Australia.

Our military might – powered by science

13 August 2021

This National Science week we celebrate the STEM Force!

Departing chief sees bright digital science future at DSTG

12 August 2021

Outgoing Chief Peter Lambert says there is a lot to look forward to with DSTG's digital science infrastructure undergoing a major transformation.

The answers are still blowing in the wind

4 August 2021

DSTG's low-speed wind tunnel notches up 80 years.

Great strides in gait recognition for personal identification

26 July 2021

Defence scientists are exploring how individual walking styles may help in personal identification.

Understanding our reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic

20 July 2021

As cities around the world contend with varying degrees of lockdown to manage the spread of COVID-19, Defence scientists in Australia are developing tools to assess how a society is likely to react to such measures.