By Jack Baldwin, 17th of July, 2014
By Jim Plouffe, 16th of July, 2014
Minelab Selected to Enhance US Military’s Route Clearance Capability.
By John Merriman, 17th of June, 2014
South Australian Government appointing South East Asian adviser to expand business opportunities
By John Merriman, 30th of May, 2014
Family-owned and Elizabeth-based South Australian company Levett Engineering has attracted global attention after securing a $200m contract to supply parts for the world’s most lethal aircraft - the F35 Lightning II.
By Louise Pascale, 22nd of May, 2014
Prism is developing programs that train helicopter pilots to land aircraft in the trickiest domains - on ships.
Protecting buildings from bombs: Australian and Chinese researchers produce blast resistant concrete
By Jack Baldwin, 16th of May, 2014
University of Adelaide researchers have developed a new high-compressive, high-tensile, and high-ductile strength concrete, which could protect important structures from terrorist attacks.
By Jim Plouffe, 15th of May, 2014
Australian high school students challenged to build their own remote controlled submarine.
By Nick Carne, 13th of May, 2014
South Australian scientist uses optical fibres to help detect tiny amounts of explosives.
11th of April, 2014
What the commitment to build submarines means for South Australia industry.
19th of March, 2014
Unmanned technology could revolutionise Australia's defence and border protection capabilities, and South Australia is best placed to reap the benefits.