Archived News for Research Sector Professionals - May, 2014
Researchers have used electrical stimulation of the brain to induce “lucid dreaming”, a state in which the dreamer is aware and in control of their dream.
New work at a local lab will help Australia play a greater role in the development of nuclear medicine - radiopharmaceuticals for cancers, heart disease, muscular and skeletal conditions.
New ways to assess vegetation in natural ecosystems around Australia is being made possible, by a research project combining computer vision and environmental science.
Everything from irrigation and hydropower to stinger season and whale watching will be impacted by a project mapping virtually all of the world’s glaciers.
Galactic archaeologists have uncovered new insights into the formation of the earliest galaxies by observing the chemical signatures of ancient ‘fossil’ stars