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Read our latest news and media releases to keep track of what's happening at DSTG.


7 December 2021

Defence is partnering with leading Australian universities to research new ways of measuring how the human body's molecules and microbes can contribute to the health and preparedness of Australian Defence Force personnel.

ADF members working with Department of Health staff at the Vaccine Operations Centre
3 December 2021

Defence analysts leveraged their operations analysis expertise to help the Vaccine Operations Centre run more efficiently.

1 December 2021

Since joining DSTG as an Optoelectronics researcher, Lily Taylor has regularly shared her passion for optics and laser physics with primary, high school and university students.

29 November 2021

Defence scientist Dr Dale Lambert has been elected as a fellow of the prestigious Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE).

Gilmour Space rocket testing (Source: Gilmour Space)
24 November 2021

An advanced high-temperature material developed by Australian Defence scientists could be destined for space thanks to an ongoing partnership between Defence and Gold Coast rocket company, Gilmour Space Technologies.

23 November 2021

Defence has been granted 'Designated Laboratory Status' for both biomedical and environmental sample analysis by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).

18 November 2021

Defence and national security agencies have enlisted the services of Australian researchers to explore how artificial intelligence can be used to improve military decision-making.

RMIT researcher Dr Alexander Medvedev examines an additive manufactured ballistic target.
15 November 2021

Researchers from the Department of Defence and RMIT University have demonstrated that additive manufacturing of light-weight titanium could become a viable option for military vehicle armour.

10 November 2021

Asking the right questions in the right order to get the most out of simulations.

28 October 2021

DSTG has partnered with South Australian electronic warfare consulting company, DEWC Services to grow the next-generation of electronic warfare (EW) specialists.