Behind The News reveals how cloud computing works and why it is useful.
Discover whether robots can help with homework learn all about robots that can be be programmed to accomplish any given task.
Find out what the first ever video game was, who made it and why.
CSIRO's Karl Forcey demonstrates how researchers use Starbug X, an autonomous underwater vehicle, to study the sea floor, monitoring water quality and creating high-resolution images of the marine environment.
Scope reveals footage of scientists using the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Automatic Computer, Australia's first computer and the world's oldest surviving electronic computer, dating back to 1949.
Leela Varghese travels to the Moon via a virtual reality headset at Adelaide City Library's Innovation Lab.
Behind The News finds out why businesses and governments are keen to recruit hackers, and what skills people need to help fight cybercrime.
Junior scientist Jayden demonstrates how playdough conducts electricity in a circuit.
Flinders University marine archaeologist John McCarthy explains how digital cameras and photogrammetry are used to create 3D models of shipwrecks.
Mosquitos aren't just annoying; in some parts of the world they can also spread an infectious disease called Malaria. And that's something that Dr Michelle Wykes and her team from QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute are trying to put a stop to!
More inventions come into play - with a little bit more sophistication. These prototypes are the products of the future. Tune in to find out the clever solutions that lie ahead.
The team's first project is a car that can cut back on its power if the driver experiences road rage. This prototype will be tested in a demolition derby.
The inventors have two weeks to create two giant robot boxers that are controlled by the movements of two people shadow-boxing.
Artist and scientist, Dr Jason Nelson explains his new interactive artwork aimed at teaching kids about science. His installation is a giant touch screen that explores images from engineering to biology. He also has built an enormous interactive gaming wall.
Solar energy has its limitations and so far, homes powered by solar can quickly lose power when the sun isn't out. But new tech now means that the sun's energy can be stored in batteries for later use in the home.
Palaeontologists are now using drones to take images of fossils and fossil tracks to help uncover more fossils in a shorter period of time.
Students take part in a competition to design exciting video games that also teach science and math skills. Hear some of their ideas and find out which team won, earning them the honor of actually having their video game made.
What is a digital hospital Dr Rob caught up with Dr Clair Sullivan from the Princess Alexandra Hospital to find out. Join him, as he finds out how this 21st century hospital made the transition from the tangible to the digital.
Usually when you break a bone, your body can repair it in a couple of months. But when it comes to the spine, breaking a bone can rob someone of their ability to walk! That's why Dr Nick Opie and Gil Rind from the University of Melbourne are working on a device which could one day help paraplegics get back on their feet.
Chloe Watts meets Benjamin Males, a fashion designer developing clothing with integrated technology, including trainers for JLS and a drone dress for Lady Gaga.
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