Autism research leads to start-up

A new company spun out of Deakin and The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health will explore the potential of promising new autism treatments.

Turning blue jeans green

Jeans are the world’s most popular clothing item, but they come with a hefty price tag for the planet.

Unique crystal aids carbon fibre breakthrough at Synchrotron

With huge potential for improving carbon fibre manufacturing, collaborators have discovered how to achieve ultra-high resolution of carbon fibre precursor.

Metro Tunnel Creative Strategy on track

Deakin researchers are helping to shape the Creative Strategy for Melbourne’s new Metro Tunnel.

Satellite and drone data improve farm cropping

Scientists are drawing on high-tech data to help farmers increase their yields.

OzBot Titan: the lifesaving police robot

Australian-first technology is now being utilised to support frontline police.

Hybrid materials offer clue to energy efficiencies

Associate Professor Rimma Lapovok has received a prestigious EU Fellowship to support her research aiming to improve electricity transmission.

Prehistoric remnants transformed into futuristic experience

A virtual reality and 3D printing project is creating sensory dinosaur encounters.

Deakin makes world-first BNNT breakthrough

Researchers at the Institute for Frontier Materials have achieved a world-first in successfully 3D printing a Boron Nitride Nanotube/Titanium composite.

Carbon fibre capabilities expanded

A new wet spinning line at Waurn Ponds has extended Deakin’s research capacity across all stages of carbon fibre production.

Deakin innovation on display at Airshow

One-of-a-kind drones, futuristic car parts and cutting-edge software are all part of the experience awaiting visitors to Deakin’s stand at the Australian International Airshow 2017.

Virtual spin on reality

It can take you to places you’ve never been, or that don’t even exist, from the comfort of your living room, but virtual reality technology has far reaching and more serious applications.

“Multicopter” – next-generation drone created by Deakin researchers

An innovative drone developed by Deakin University researchers and industry partner Raedyne Systems is attracting interest from multiple industries.

New industry powers up Geelong

Manufacturing in Geelong has taken a hit in recent years, but new industries with big potential for the future are rising from the ashes.

Digital mannequins win Engineering Gold for IISRI

Deakin researchers have been rewarded for high-tech innovation in automotive design.

Battery research powers up at Deakin

Is Geelong on the cusp of a high-tech battery boom? Researchers at Deakin’s new BatTRI-Hub have big ambitions.

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