Hypersonix has officially announced BOC as its supplier of Australian-made green hydrogen for planned flights to space using a scramjet engine. BOC had earlier been named as a supplier of hydrogen to Hypersonix, which announced a partnership last month with Boeing’s Research & Technology division (BR&T) for a joint study on scramjet-powered vehicles. According to…
Dr James Campbell, CEO of Patrys, has been named as a director of biotechnology organisation AusBiotech.
Perth-based battery material manufacturer EcoGraf has secured Major Project Status for its battery anode materials facility in Western Australia, paving the way for expedited government approvals.
The Prime Minister told a Business Council of Australia dinner on Monday the government was charting its own course “to ensure Australia is well placed to prosper through the great energy transition of our time, consistent with strong action on climate change”.
Fibres and composites transforming industry: The Australian composites industry is a Modern Manufacturing Initiative enabler
On the second day of our Fibres and composites transforming industry series, Dr Matthew Young looks at Australia’s prowess with composites and their role in the federal government’s six priority sectors.
Australian space startups Space Machines Company and HEO Robotics will team up to launch a number of cameras into space to help Defence better identify satellites, as the momentum for sovereign capability in the sector continues to grow.
Demand for rare-earth metals is skyrocketing, so we’re creating a safer, cleaner way to recover them from old phones and laptops
Our team in collaboration with the research centre Tecnalia in Spain has developed a way to use environmentally friendly chemicals to recover rare-earth metals. It involves a process called “electrodeposition”, in which a low electric current causes the metals to deposit on a desired surface.
SpaceLink and Gilmour Space have executed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on using SpaceLink’s relay network on Gilmour’s G-class satellite platform.
It’s not how big your laser is, it’s how you use it: space law is an important part of the fight against space debris
Collisions between objects in orbit are getting harder to avoid. Several technologies for getting space debris out of harm’s way have been proposed, most recently the plan from Australian company Electro Optic Systems (EOS) to use a pair of ground-based lasers to track debris and “nudge” it away from potential collisions or even out of orbit altogether.
Cairns Regional Council has begun testing a blend of crushed concrete and glass for use in road bases.