Technology & Innovation
A NOVEL approach to the biological recovery of phosphorus from wastewater has been developed by the CSIRO Land and Water in Floreat which may yield significant economic and environmental benefits.
CHIEF Scientist of Australia, Professor Ian Chubb, recently reflected on the nation’s performance in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at the University of Western Australia.
SCIENTISTS at Edith Cowan University have come up with a unique way to monitor water quality and temperature in desalination plants using fibre optics, beams of light, and even extremely thin layers of gold.
Humanitarian network systems and information should be marked with protective symbols to protect them from cyber warfare the same way as their physical counterparts, security experts have proposed.
INSIDE a grey, vertically striped building at Technology Park in Kensington, the finishing touches are being put to WA’s – and one of Australia’s – most sophisticated and powerful supercomputers.
ANALYSING insects within a waterlogged corpse might seem an odd way to gather clues but WA forensic entomologists have found it to be one of the best methods of accurately estimating a time of death.
SUPERCOMPUTERS—and their processing capacity—have the potential to boost the productivity and competitive advantage of local businesses to meet real-world challenges, a conference has been told.
HIGHLY competitive cyber security games are part of an intensive training program at Edith Cowan University (ECU) hailed by Federal Science and Research Minster Chris Evans as the only training of its kind in Australia.
HOMEOWNERS can see exactly how much money they could save by installing solar hot water or power generators using a tool that calculates the amount of energy absorbed by the roof of their house.