Technology

Video games – a moral game changer?

19 August 2016

With 98 per cent of Australian households with children having at least one form of video game, it not only …

Macquarie Park partners launch global destination for innovation, with focus on collaboration

17 August 2016

The Macquarie Park Innovation District (MPID) will invest heavily into one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions to collaborate and create innovative …

Macquarie University awarded $1 million Innovation Grant

17 August 2016

Macquarie University to launch stage one of Business Innovation Centre this September The NSW Government has awarded Macquarie University a …

Optus Business and Macquarie University to establish new Cyber Security Hub

30 May 2016

Optus Business and Macquarie University have joined forces to establish a multi-disciplinary Cyber Security Hub to support businesses and government …

Macquarie astronomer designs NASA’s next generation spectrograph to search for habitable worlds around other stars

1 April 2016

Dr Christian Schwab from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Macquarie University has developed the optical design for NASA’s …

Australia’s biggest student robotics competition facilitates and celebrates students’ achievements in science and engineering

21 March 2016

More than 1000 students from around the Asia-Pacific, united by a mutual love of science, technology, and engineering, recently attended …

Australia’s biggest robotics competition helps boost science and technology skills in students

7 March 2016

At a time when three out of four jobs in the fastest growing industries require science, technology, engineering and maths …

New study highlights Australian book publishing industry is fighting back against digital disruption

5 February 2016

An Australian first study by Macquarie University of the country’s book publishing industry reveals considerable innovation in response to the …

Humpback highway to hell: whales unfazed by scientists’ mix tape alarm tunes

22 January 2016

An international team lead by Macquarie researchers has found that humpback whales are not only unfazed by complex alarm sounds …

Man vs wi-fi: Could the digital world eventually compete with the biological world?

14 January 2016

A paper by Macquarie University and US researchers has highlighted the importance of understanding the internet as an organism that …

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