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Fivecast, a leading open-source data analytics company has secured a $4 million investment round from Main Sequence Ventures’ CSIRO Innovation Fund and...
Australian semiconductorIoT start-up, Morse Micro, has secured $23.8 million in Series A funding to take its ultra low power Wi-Fi HaLow chip...
Kasada, a leading cyber security vendor, this week announced a $6.5 million capital raising from the CSIRO-backed venture firm Main Sequence Ventures...
Autonomous drone startup Emesent raises $3.5 million to unlock safer, more productive future for underground mines
Emesent, a drone autonomy spin-out from CSIRO's Data61, the technology arm of Australia's national science agency, has raised $3.5 million in venture capital to commercialise its first product, Hovermap
In only its second year, having rebranded from the highly successful Startup Week Sydney in 2015, Spark Festival is Australia's leading startup festival, organised by the startup community for the startup community. The first round of Spark Festival’s program features over 50 events across tracks including The Startup Journey, HealthTech, Going Global, Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Security, Social Enterprise, Fintech, Education, Diversity and more.
Renewable energy tech start-up Evergen recently launched the nation’s first, next-generation, intelligent home energy management system, with the investment and technical backing of leading investment manager, AMP Capital and CSIRO.
Uniseed, a VC fund working with four Go8 universities and CSIRO, recently led a $4 million investment in probiotic drink company PERKii with $1 million
Aussie start-up Kayban has launched an innovative natural formula to fight global antibiotic-resistant superbugs
Through collaboration with the CSIRO and an elite panel of Australian medical researchers, Aussie start-up Kayban is fighting anti-microbial resistance
The Aussie tech community has welcomed the substantial suite of innovation policies recently announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
The Prime Minister's Office is partnering with Pollenizer to deliver DataStart – an open data initiative to support data‐driven innovation in Australia
Applications are open for Tech23 2015, an event that connects Australian start-ups with the connected people, clever ideas and capital they need to succeed
New door-to-door parcel delivery start-up Sendle.com has successfully closed a $1.8 million funding round to expand its reach as the first carbon neutral parcel...
Researchers from CSIRO and Monash University in Melbourne are joining hands to bring real insights on whether or not baby boomers burn through their super funds, and much more on the corpus worth $1.6 trillion, and still growing.
The wired home is no longer the realm of dreams. But neither is it totally real. It has simply taken too long to come, and has still come to too few homes, seemingly beyond the reach of most. All that may be about to quickly change, according to CSIRO’s Australian Centre for Broadband Innovation. In fact, the future looks ‘appy’ for Aussie broadband-connected homes, according to the nation’s premier research group.
Stop this Canberra bashing, will you? It’s not merely the home of politics. And, you Canberrans, it’s time you began to take a little...
Is Australia a digital laggard? It just might be, at least on one benchmark: labour productivity. An Australian worker today is only 84% as productive as his American counterpart, down from 92% in 1998, according to CSIRO’s Dr. Ian Oppermann.
The inventor of the World Wide Web is to touch down on Australians soil on 27 January, his first visit to the country in 15 years. He will tour five cities including Wellington in New Zealand.
Far too often, and perhaps for too long, biodiesel has been considered an unmixed environmental blessing. Now comes the rub. It’s not likely to let us breathe any easier. Literally so.
Three years ago, the CSIRO, embarked on a "global foresight" project, not to enlighten the world at large but mainly to guide its own research. However, the CSIRO has identified six "megatrends" that indicate major shifts in environmental, social and economic conditions that will substantially change the way people live for the next two decades.
With the Australian business sector stuck with risk-adverse strategies and stifling of creativity and innovation, Ci2012 also intends to submit its findings and results to the Australian government for consideration.
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