Defence is calling for proposals from industry and research partners to take part in its national Medical Countermeasures program.
A Defence High Performance Computing Centre is to be constructed at the DST site in Edinburgh, South Australia.
Defence scientist Joyce Mau is a key member of a team developing a maritime application for DST's patented single-photon avalanche detector (SPAD) technology. SPAD sensors are designed for low-light detection of objects.
Universities from across Australia have answered the call to help Defence enhance the performance of the warfighter.
DST scientists are developing a personal cooling system that uses heat pipes to rapidly and efficiently move heat from a human torso to a cooling device.
Defence scientists have developed game-changing 'common aperture' radar receiver technology which will improve the performance of the ADF's Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN).
The Reactive Tourniquet is a multi-functional material project, one of several exciting research ventures for the Future Soldier program.
DST's Brodie McDonald has been awarded an Early Career Research award by the Defence Materials Technology Centre for his contributions to vehicle survivability.
Defence is partnering with industry to develop Defence's space capability.
DST and RMIT University have signed a new four-year collaboration agreement to undertake experimentation and testing on advanced materials and structures.