One of Australia's leading technology startup players will be heading up the CSIRO, as Australia's largest science research body grapples with federal government budget cuts.
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The National Computational Infrastructure has built an on-demand, high-performance cloud computing environment to process data-intensive computations, such as climate change, earth system science, and life sciences research.
NASA hopes to engage the next generation of scientists and space researchers in the US by encouraging them to build and launch nanosatellites.
A reported plan to cut Australia's chief scientific research organisation by AU$150 million has been labelled as a travesty by shadow minister assisting the leader on science, Kim Carr.
Recollective Baseline is adapted from an enterprise platform developed by Ramius that is used to field research by the likes of SAP, NASA, Kaiser Permanente and Dreamworks.
The tech giant has purchased a NASA aircraft hangar to house and test robots.
The Defence Science and Technology Organisation and IBM have signed a partnership deal to collaborate on cybersecurity research.
This is one data set that a federal agency is keen to make public.
The CSIRO and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott have rejected a report that up to 1,400 positions in the science and research organisation are going due to hiring freezes put in place by the new Coalition government.
A successful test may help NASA significantly lower the cost and reliability of expensive rocket engine parts by building them with a 3-D printer.
Australia's science agency has announced the new chief of its IT research agency.
Malaysia's Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science and Technology Center--which drives the country's electrical and engineering economic transformation--wants to collaborate with the Indian Institutes of Technology on research.
Ever wondered how to dissolve an antacid tablet in space? Have a look at these cool activities you could do in orbit.
Indian government says it will match dollar-for-dollar if local organizations pitch in funds amounting to 1 percent of the country's GDP toward technology and science research.
The "Falcon Project" deploys a scientific approach to finding the mythical Sasquatch, but is such research legitimate science?
With crowdfunding, the masses could help spur development of a cure for the cancer that killed Steve Jobs.
Google has taken the plunge with its Street View technology and begun capturing 360-degree panoramas of coral reefs around the world, in partnership with a scientific survey.
The country's 'Research Institute in the Science of Cyber Security' will open at the start of October, in an attempt to make the UK a 'thought-leader' in the field. Meanwhile, an EU-level cybersecurity response team has been made permanent after a successful pilot.
The Mars rover is trying to find out if the Red Planet was ever habitable. Here's the tech it is using to carry out its mission.
The ALICE team is using the charmed quark as a probe to investigate the quark-gluon plasma that existed in the earliest days of the universe.
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