Researchers have received funding from the US Navy to develop technology that will prevent electronics from shutting down when in space or in high-radiation environments on Earth.
Morse Micro, an Australian semiconductor IoT start-up, has secured $23.8 million in Series A funding to take its ultralow-power Wi-Fi HaLow chip to mass production.
Deakin University has welcomed the Labor Party's pledge to support a battery manufacturing plant in Geelong if it wins the federal election, to help accelerate an electric vehicle future.
The Victorian Government has revealed plans to contribute $1 million towards establishing an international-standard artificial intelligence centre in Melbourne.
Hailo's deep learning processor will be able to run embedded AI applications on edge devices that are installed in autonomous vehicles, drones and smart home appliances.
Canavan said the investment is expected to improve the lives of Australians and make businesses more productive.
The investment will enable Pawsey to continue to drive innovation in medical science, engineering, geoscience, marine science, chemistry, food, agriculture and more.
The multimillion-pound project will centre on memristors and their ability to enable electronics systems to be configured with increased capability.
The SA Government has announced a Future Jobs Fund grant for Adelaide-based Entech Electronics, in a move that will see the company double its local production capacity.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has received a US$500,000 grant from the Massachusetts Manufacturing Innovation Initiative (M2I2) to support research into flexible hybrid electronics (FHE).
A Canadian scientist is receiving federal funding that will help further develop a stretchable, flexible laminate that can provide power to a wide range of electronic devices.
The Australian Defence Force's electronic warfare capabilities have been boosted by the approval of a $500 million project to provide electronic warfare equipment and infrastructure to naval ships and army units.
Semitech Semiconductor is one of the 17 innovation Australian companies to benefit from the government's latest round of funding worth AU$7.8 million.
Insitu Pacific, the Australia-based subsidiary of Insitu Inc., has announced its continued sponsorship for the 2015–2016 UAV Challenge.
The federal government has announced $193 million for the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), enabling expansion of its critical nuclear medicine production program and cutting-edge environmental, health and industrial research.