Australia and the United States have moved to strengthened their history of collaboration through a senior-level dialogue on science and frontier technologies led by Industry Minister Karen Andrews.
The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer, Foxconn, has mentioned plans to decrease its presence in China, and that the nation was no longer the world’s factory.
The federal government has released the third Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority (SICP) implementation plan, for Land Combat and Protected Vehicles and Technology Upgrades.
Graphene applications company Imagine Intelligent Materials will demonstrate a new social distancing solution today at a cafe in Geelong.
The federal government has announced it will acquire a new, 12.5-metre Australian-made regional support craft, to be based at Thursday Island.
An Adelaide-based reusable cup manufacturer is raising money on Kickstarter to pay for moulds that will enable local production and the creation of as many as 15 jobs in the first year. InDaily reports that eCup was preparing to have its digitally-linked cups made in China late-last year, with a cost for $15,000 to make…
More than a quarter of companies claiming the research and development tax incentive this quarter may have some of their offset clawed back if the government pushes ahead with its planned changes to the scheme, the Australian Taxation Office has confirmed.
Tasmanian Oyster Co has been awarded a $233,225 grant from the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre to develop a laser etching system to track and identify its oysters.
There is global interest in the potential for a hydrogen economy, in part driven by a concern over climate change and the need to move away from fossil fuels.
In May, a group led by Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel forecasted severe impacts for our research workforce. These included the loss of the equivalent of up to 21,000 full-time jobs in universities this year, including around 7,000 related to research.