Grants to researchers and SMEs
for collaborative business
Two young food and agriculture professionals will win the 2017 ICM Agrifood Award – closing 4 September
One of Australia’s best young engineers
will win the 2017 Batterham Medal –
closing 31 August
Nominations open for the 2018 Clunies Ross Awards - acclaiming best technology initiatives.
Australia needs to embrace digital
health technologies and focus on
data integration and standardisation.
Technology to help manage the challenges in healthcare
ATSE’s STELR program, targeting better STEM education, is now being used in 600 Australian schools
The 2017 ICM Agrifood Award will go to two of Australia’s best young food and agriculture professionals
An explosion in chronic disease means the health system is facing a fiscal cliff that is threatening our future ability to deliver quality health services
Three 2017 Clunies Ross Winners were named at ATSE’s annual Innovation Dinner
in Brisbane. Two were ATSE Fellows
Our homes may soon play a vital role in our aged care following trials of digital assisted living, or ‘smart’ homes, in Victoria
How do we stop our ageing population from being isolated in care facilities that are disconnected from mainstream society?
Is technology the answer to the challenge
of our ageing population and rising healthcare
costs? ATSE asks the questions
One of the most important contributors to the original development and world-wide adoption of evolutionary techniques used across engineering, architecture, biomedicine and materials science was honoured with a 2017 Clunies Ross Innovation Award
Sophisticated, expensive new health technologies are increasing our expectations of healthier, longer lives, but health economists have the job of deciding on whether they’re worth public funding
Enhancing Australia's prosperity through technology and innovation