One possible remedy to a world drowning in plastic has been under development since 2005. Brent Balinski speaks to Licella.
Brent Balinski speaks to Samantha Read, Chemistry Australia’s CEO, about the new Chemical Sector Economic Contribution Analysis report, the effects of high gas prices, and the importance of economic complexity.
This week @AuManufacturing will feature a collection of Aussie innovators who are giving plastic a second life. But first, some context on the issue and why it matters. By Brent Balinski.
Australian manufacturers are generally shy about their achievements.
Techniques borrowed from the world of manufacturing could make the building industry more “efficient, connected and customer-centric.” Brent Balinski spoke to Monash University’s Professor Mathew Aitchison about the topic, as well as why prefabricated housing is a tricky business. Those who study it have sometimes lamented the low levels of productivity growth and technology…
Professor Jian-Feng Nie of Monash University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering led a recent discovery for magnesium alloys. He shares some context for the results with Brent Balinski.
Swinburne University of Technology’s Industry 4.0 Initiative has been recognised at the 14th Australian Business Awards.
Brent Balinski spoke to CSIRO ON’s David Burt about the challenges involved in commercialising scientific achievements.
Brent Balinski speaks to Xtek’s managing director Philippe Odouard about the company’s curing process – which it says can produce lighter, stronger composite parts – and its potential applications in defence, space and elsewhere.
Brent Balinski speaks to Harry Wang, founder of Advanced Circular Polymers, about the company’s factory and serving manufacturers wanting to adopt recycled plastics in their products. From kicks to shampoo bottles and beyond, there are signs that businesses are starting to commit to the use of recycled materials. Adidas has a goal of…