DST's ground-breaking research into facial biometrics could be a vital tool in the fight to stop human trafficking, missing and exploited children, child soldiers and radicalised minors.
In the Defence Science Australia podcast, you'll hear from DST's leading scientists about how our innovative research adds value to the Australian Defence Force.
Hear how DST is partnering with a new generation of innovators to develop breakthrough products and technologies without the huge capital costs.
This Next Generation Defence Technologies podcast is about the latest advances in human biotechnologies.
The Fight Recorder is a project being developed by DST in conjunction with two small startups, Myriota in Adelaide and iMeasureU in New Zealand.
DST has formed a partnership with the CSIRO's Data61 team in the area of cyber research.
This podcast is about the first Grand Challenge program, Countering Improvised Threats.
The Next Gen Tech Fund is storming into its second year, focusing on fundamental research and development of future game changing concepts for Defence.
DST researchers have developed ground-breaking nanofibre technology to protect ADF personnel from the threat of chemical weapons.
DST is fostering collaboration with Australia's allies to harness new technologies to give our military personnel the edge in the battle for cities.
Can DST research train defence force personnel to think clearly and act decisively under extreme conditions?