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Audio watermark to stop data pirates

A collaborative research project between Deakin and industry aims to provide a new weapon in the fight against the illegal use of copyrighted data.

Chemical filter a leap forward for better environmental health

Deakin scientists have used cutting-edge nanomaterials to create a ‘molecular sieve’ that can be used in households.

Reducing the fuzz

A new textile treatment could make the annoying pilling of your favourite jumper a thing of the past.

Sodium batteries offer new path to clean energy future

Deakin’s world-leading battery researchers have discovered how sodium can help to create a fairer and more sustainable energy future.

Visualising the future

A collaborative project between Deakin Motion.Lab and the City of Melbourne opens up new avenues for the use of virtual reality in future planning.

Fibres for the future

Deakin researchers are engineering the next generation of wearable technologies.

ManuFutures marks new phase in innovation at Waurn Ponds

The advanced manufacturing incubator will unite innovation and job creation in the Geelong region.

Future Fuels CRC to underpin nation’s transition to cleaner energy

Deakin has welcomed its inclusion in a new Co-operative Research Centre that will support the development of technology, skills and infrastructure to deliver affordable, reliable and clean future energy.

Encouraging social entrepreneurship

Social enterprises in India have a new resource with the commissioning of the Deakin Centurion Centre for Social Entrepreneurs.

Advancing excellence

The future is bright for next-generation advanced materials and manufacturing.

Milk shake-up

A revolutionary way to pasteurise milk could extend shelf life while maintaining higher nutritional value.

Collaboration reviews energy use

A new Deakin-industry collaboration is set to help one of south-west Victoria’s major industries become more energy efficient.

Sensing a change

New research has discovered how to overcome a major drawback in using microfluidic devices as a diagnostic tool.

Deakin tech brings independence to crash victims

A partnership between Deakin and the TAC has led to a trial of new technology to help Victorians seriously injured in road accidents regain their independence.

New Deakin Institute to drive artificial intelligence research and application

The Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute will become Australia’s go-to Institute for innovative AI research.

Deakin and University of Coventry multiply ties

A high-level delegation from the University of Coventry has visited Deakin to extend the partnership.

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