Science technology stories
Researchers have switched on the world's fastest AI supercomputer
Researchers have switched on the world's fastest AI supercomputer, delivering nearly four exaFLOPS of AI performance for more than 7,000 researchers.
CSIRO: How to get ahead with innovation
A new report outlines what is holding back Australian businesses from adopting innovation and how we can break through those barriers.
Kordia Women in Tech scholarship awarded to Kaitlin Te Rito
Bachelor of Engineering student Kaitlin Te Rito has scooped the Kordia Women in Technology scholarship for 2020.
Callaghan Innovation empowers women in STEM careers
New Zealand's Callaghan Innovation and Hutt Science hosted female students in science and technology to tackle the industry's gender imbalance.
The dawn of a new age: Google cracks quantum supremacy
Google's quantum leap: Sycamore solves task in 200s, outpacing classical supercomputers.
Malware in your DNA sequence data? Technically, it’s possible
Could hackers exploit your DNA sequence and encode it with malware? A new study from the University of Washington says yes, it’s possible.
$21m Govt funding to power REANNZ innovation network for next seven years
The REANNZ network will receive an extra $21 million funding over the next seven years allocated from MBIE's Strategic Science Investment Fund.
Quest to make Hutt Valley tech leader continues with Curious Minds funding
Hutt Valley's success in the 2016 Unlocking Curious Minds Fund has further championed the region for being a tech leader, Chris Bishop says.