Check out information on some of our most recent events.
Defence and the SABRE Alliance held a successful workshop to seek input from the Australian biotechnology sector and ADSUN members on emerging disruptive biotechnologies with Defence and National Security applications that could be realised in the next 5-15 years.
The Inaugural, Safeguarding Australia through Biotechnology Response and Engagement (SABRE) workshop was launched at the ‘Science Meets Parliament’ Initiative, March 2023. The mission of the workshop was to emphasise the importance of partnership and innovation, in building stronger more resilient systems, that can adapt to the evolving threat landscape. Over 200 participants from across the biotechnology ecosystem were immersed in one of three simulated live-threat scenarios (vignettes).
The 13th Defence Science and Technology International Conference on Health and Usage Monitoring will be held at Avalon & Melbourne, Victoria, Australia from 27‑28th February 2023, in conjunction with the 20th Australian International Aerospace Congress (AIAC20).
The annual Human Performance Research network (HPRnet) symposium provides an opportunity for network members and those with an interest in human performance to hear about the latest developments in human performance research for the military.
The inaugural Australian Defence Science, Technology and Research Summit (ADSTAR) was held in Sydney from 20 to 22 July 2022.
Hosted by Defence Science and Technology Group on behalf of the Department of Defence, the summit brought together more than 1700 people from across the research and innovation sector. Participants shared ideas with a view to enhancing capability for the Australian Defence Force.
Defence is seeking to work with academia and industry to overcome our biggest challenges, focusing on three main themes: