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  • Fight corporate atrophy: Hack your way to digital transformation

    What’s the most powerful force in the universe? Scientists would argue that it’s black holes, gamma bursts, self-replication or intelligence. For CIOs, the answer is different. Inertia is the most powerful force that CIOs face today as change agents.

    Written by Jenny Beresford13 March 19 16:52
  • 'High-energy neutrinos' give scientists new understanding of universe

    A breakthrough in the study of ghostly particles called high-energy neutrinos that traverse space, zipping unimpeded through people, planets and whole galaxies, is giving scientists an audacious new way to expand our understanding of the cosmos.

    Written by Reuters13 July 18 11:16
  • Why Michelle Simmons was destined to be in STEM

    Recently named 2018 Australian of the Year, UNSW scientist, Michelle Simmons, has always tried to be different and push the boundaries. Right from an early age, she knew she wanted a career in science and technology.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien26 April 18 15:26
  • BoM to rollout $77M supercomputer and storage

    The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) will spend $77 million on a Cray supercomputer and storage system it claims will deliver more accurate weather forecasts and warnings across the country.

    Written by Byron Connolly21 July 15 14:26
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