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WA Premier Mark McGowan has announced the inaugural research grants during his opening address at the SubSTEC5 conference.
The Office of Naval Research Global opened a new office in Melbourne last week.
Australia’s Pacific relations took a hit last week after it was reported that the Solomon Islands Government is leasing the island of Tulagi to a Beijing-based company.
The P-3K2 Orion will be based in Japan for the deployment.
iXblue and L3Harris Technologies signed a Memorandum of Understanding at Pacific 2019.
Safran has outlined its research priorities to a number of academics at the University of Technology, Sydney as part of a national roadshow.
This year has been yet another busy period for the Estate and Infrastructure Group (E&IG), with a number of capital works projects progressing towards completion, others getting underway and the execution of never-ending responsibility for maintaining and running the Defence estate.
EM Solutions has been awarded two contracts from the Innovation Hub to develop next-generation satellite ground terminal capability.
UNSW will showcase its defence research capabilities to Australian and international force planners and defence companies at its latest defence research showcase.
It is extremely rare for any government, let alone the People’s Republic of China (PRC), to respond to criticism from private individuals. But here we are.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has appointed Mike Burgess, currently Director-General of the Australian Signals Directorate, to lead ASIO.
Why did Turkey press ahead with Russian air defences over an American system and a highly advanced fighter jet?
In the aftermath of NAIDOC Week 2019, Indigenous Australians continue to be recognised for their valuable and longstanding contribution to the ADF.
Defence industry is putting in effort to attract skilled women. So why are they leaving in record numbers?
Once robots were for the dull, dirty and dangerous jobs but advances in adjacent technologies mean that their application in the Defence sector can go well beyond these basic roles.
Commanders want to ensure that their forces are equipped with technologically and operationally relevant equipment so that tasks can be conducted efficiently and with an acceptable level of risk.