Technology

Top chemist named new Executive Dean of Science

5 August 2014

Chemist Professor Barbara Messerle has been named Executive Dean of Macquarie University’s Faculty of Science, and will take up the …

Duelling robots a FIRST for Auburn and Granville students

18 July 2014

Over the past two months, a combined group of students from Auburn Girls and Granville Boys High Schools have been …

Twisting the light away using ultrasmall holes

20 June 2014

A new study shows that light transmitted through apertures smaller than the wavelength of light go through a radical change, …

Macquarie University researchers join international team to develop 5G wireless technologies

22 May 2014

A team of Macquarie University researchers have been selected to partner with an international line-up of universities to develop future …

Milestone for breakthrough wireless technology

13 November 2013

CSIRO’s breakthrough invention that paved the way for fast high data rate wireless networking (often referred to today as Wi-Fi) …

Macquarie honoured with three nominations for prestigious Eureka Prizes

7 August 2013

Considered ‘The Oscars of Australian Science’, the Eureka Prizes are the premier science prizes in Australia presented annually by the …

$2.1m to aid next revolution in the food industry

7 May 2013

Macquarie University has won $2.1 million of Australian Research Council funding to support a new Industrial Transformation Training Centre program. The …

New research project getting personal with transport

6 May 2013

Macquarie University, with partners from the City of Ryde and Transport for NSW has launched a new research project trialing …

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