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Drones, apps, computer simulations and the power of social media are supporting safety in construction by providing new ways to investigate incidents and share safety best practice.

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Stanford University engineers have developed dynamic windows that can switch from transparent to opaque or back again in under a minute and do not degrade over time.

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Stanford University engineers have developed dynamic windows that can switch from transparent to opaque or back again in under a minute and do not degrade over time.

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Monday, 07 August 2017 14:21

Plant science leaps into virtual world

The Virtual Plant Cell will take people on exciting and immersive journeys through plant science this National Science Week.

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You can now securely store your selected government issued pass and licence information on your smartphone and tablet following the release of a new app.

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Wednesday, 19 July 2017 15:32

Virtual farm fencing set to hit market

Virtual fencing for cattle is set to hit the commercial market in 2017, following a successful $2 million fundraising round by Melbourne-based agri-tech company Agersens.

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Friday, 14 July 2017 16:50

Virtual herding technology the future

Research being conducted at the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture is exploring the potential for virtual herding technology to increase the productivity of Australian dairy farms.

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Local government delegates have heard about current challenges and opportunities of using smart city innovations to shape their communities for the future at the 23rd National General Assembly of Local Government held in Canberra.

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Thursday, 08 June 2017 11:42

Mobile Black Spots Round Two

Minister for Regional Communications and Deputy Nationals Leader Fiona Nash has welcomed the release of indicative rollout schedules for mobile towers being delivered under Round 2 of the Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program.

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Local drone flyers are being urged to download a new app to stay safe in the skies.

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