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  1. Speeding up the war against landmines - 7 December, 2000

    A new approach in the war against landmines being developed by Australia's Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) could prove revolutionary.

  2. DSTO support to East Timor recognised in annual awards - 3 November, 2000

    A team of defence scientists who supported the Australian Defence Force's peace keeping effort in East Timor has been recognised in awards presented to staff of the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) at its Electronics and Surveillance Research Laboratory (ESRL), based at Salisbury, north of Adelaide.

  3. LTGEN Cosgrove opens Land Warfare Conference - 16 October, 2000

    Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Peter Cosgrove, today opened the Land Warfare Conference in Melbourne, hosted by the Army and the Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO).

  4. Minister for Defence presents international defence science awards - 4 September, 2000

    The Minister for Defence, Mr John Moore, today presented international awards for excellence in defence science to 8 Australian research scientists from the Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO).

  5. Australia-US defence trials point to more reliable GPS navigation - 29 June, 2000

    GPS Jammer Locator trials at Woomera.

    The GPS navigation system might become more reliable and useful to the Australian Defence Force in military conflict, as a result of trials Australian and US defence scientists conducted at Woomera earlier this year.

  6. Cosgrove to open Amphibious Warfare Conference - 20 June, 2000

    Major General Peter Cosgrove will today open a three-day conference in Sydney on Australia's current and future capabilities in amphibious warfare.

  7. Australian soldiers now geared up for a rainy day - 2 June, 2000

    Testing the new rainwear

    A new combat rainwear made from breathable water-proof material specially developed by the Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO) will help Australian soldiers to counter wet weather conditions more effectively and in greater comfort.

  8. Advance in simulation capability for infra-red missile defence - 5 May, 2000

    A computer-based simulation system which finds counter-measures to defeat Infra-Red (IR) Guided Missiles has been developed by the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) at Salisbury in South Australia.

  9. International experts discuss human performance and endurance - 24 March, 2000

    Understanding human ability to cope with difficult physical conditions is the theme of a four-day international conference on 'Physiological and Cognitive Performance in Extreme Environments' to be attended by experts from eleven countries in Canberra next week.

  10. Defence Minister honours top mathematician - 15 March, 2000

    Ian Doherty

    A scientist with a distinguished career in crypto-mathematics is the winner of the 1999 Minister's Award for Achievement in the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO).

  11. Executive changes in DSTO - 2 March, 2000

    DSTO announces senior leadership changes.

  12. DSTO helicopter technology set to go places - 20 January, 2000

    Chadwick Helmuth, the world's largest producer of aviation vibration analysis equipment, invests in DSTO's helicopter gearbox health monitoring system.