2018 Australian of the Year Michelle Simmons is among several Australian scientists newly elected as Fellows of the Royal Society of London.
Multiple funding boosts for science research, including precision medicine and genomics, were announced in the 2018–19 Federal Budget.
The Australian Government has released its new national security science and technology policy agenda, aimed at strengthening Australia's national security.
UNSW Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs has signed agreements with France's largest government research organisation and the French Space Agency.
MTPConnect, the MedTech and Pharma Growth Centre, has appointed Dr Dan Grant as new CEO.
Dr Chris Nave, CEO of the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund, shares his thoughts on how the upcoming Budget could be used to boost Australia's biotech industry.
The Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) has received a $6.1 million funding boost.
AusBiotech CEO Glenn Cross has decided to retire from his position after 13 years' service and two years heading the organisation.
MTPConnect is inviting medical technology innovators to join the Australian delegation to The MedTech Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Four clinically led biomedical engineering projects have received seed funding from the UNSW faculties of Medicine and Engineering.
The 2018 global Pint of Science festival is taking place in May, and Australian science enthusiasts are encouraged to join in the celebrations by paying a visit to their local pub.
TissueGnostics is focused on integrated solutions for the scanning and analysis of microscopy slides, cytospins, smears and tissue microarrays.
Global Kinetics Corporation has received funding for its work improving the lives of those with Parkinson's disease using advanced medical technologies.