Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, today announced a five-year research and development agreement between CEA Technologies and DST.
An audit of Australia's medical countermeasures capabilities will inform efforts to build Australia's preparedness against chemical, biological and radiological threats.
The University of Tasmania will partner with US universities to conduct research to help improve Australia's naval capability.
When the Army was looking for guidance on ways to maintain and potentially improve the cognitive performance and resilience of our soldiers, they came to DST for advice.
Christina Bagas recently notched up a decade as a Defence scientist.
In order to improve the performance of Defence platforms, DST researchers have been analysing how aircraft, under-water and surface vehicles move through the air or water.