International student Ankur Sharma invents semiconductor that can convert electricity into light very efficiently and is bendable Sydney, October 5: As technology updates and improves constantly, it also leaves behind an enormous e-waste that all goes to the landfill. Australia produces 200,000 tonnes of e-waste every year, generated by discardedRead More →

Melbourne, April 3: An Indian PhD student living in Melbourne has settled one of astronomy’s burning questions with a radio telescope that she helped refurbish – detecting cosmic signals from outer space. Hawthorn based, Manisha Caleb, 27, is enrolled at The Australian National University and works at Swinburne University, whereRead More →

An innovative approach to tackling water scarcity by Australia with Indian major Tata Group Canberra, January 29: The Australian Government is partnering with Indian major Tata Group and US-based XPRIZE and to run the ‘Water Abundance Prize’ – an open challenge to use technology to improve affordable access to cleanRead More →