Defence is inviting Australian small and medium enterprises to submit proposals for new technologies to make small, fixed-wing unmanned aerial systems harder to detect.
Light could hold the key to reducing operational costs for Defence and protect ships and the environment from marine pest invaders.
Four Australian universities will conduct joint research with US universities on priority defence projects under the AUSMURI program.
The launch of the first Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Trusted Autonomous Systems takes place in Brisbane.
Scientists from Defence and the University of Melbourne have won two innovation awards for disease forecasting.
The first Defence Industry and Innovation Programs Update Report has been released.
The Government has released its new National security science and technology policy agenda aimed at strengthening Australia's national security.
Defence scientists will use a retired US Navy Seahawk helicopter to develop fatigue testing technologies, which could transform how military helicopters are managed.