The European Union is a major driver of scientific research. Stories of European-Australian Research highlights the scope of collaboration between Europe and Australia that spans almost every discipline.
- Breeding grapevine varieties to be resilient in the face of warming temperatures;
- Stronger materials for bigger turbines;
- The neutron zone;
- Lifesaving COVID-19 treatments fast tracked.
(Updated stories for Europe Day 2021)
- Building the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), the biggest scientific instrument in the world
- Designing 3D printers to make carbon fibre on an industrial scale
- Overcoming the engineering challenges of hypersonic travel
- Constructing, launching and operating CubeSats.
- Making wine in a warming world
- Stronger materials for bigger turbines
- Spying on the denizens of the Southern Ocean
- 3D printing carbon fibre at industrial scale
- Hypersonic travel
- Big data for life
- Sharing knowledge, fighting fires
- 50 CubeSats explore the thermosphere
- International eye in the sky
- Bone mechanics
- The world’s largest scientific instrument
- The neutron zone
- Compound interest
- Finding the way to zero-carbon energy
- Australian mirrors helping to power Cyprus
- Inventing the ultimate suspension system
- How much carbon can we dig in?