South Australia has further strengthened its position as the leader of Australia’s space industry by securing another important space conference.
By Laichang Zhang, Professor Mechanical Engineering, Edith Cowan University Titanium gets its name from the Titans of ancient Greek mythology but this thoroughly modern material is well suited to a huge range of high-tech applications. With the chemical symbol Ti and an atomic number of 22, titanium is a silver-coloured metal valued for its low density, high strength, and…
Karen Andrews has been returned as industry minister following the re-election of the Coalition federal government.
Monash University’s Institute of Railway Technology has signed a memorandum of understanding with the International Union of Railways (UIC) focussing on R&D collaboration.
The United States and Australia are deliberately restricting the place of Chinese telco Huawei in their telecommunications landscapes.
National Energy Resources Australia has released a new report on the country’s energy knowledge, which it argues has not improved in up to a decade.
Electronic warfare company DEWC Systems will look to use a planned launch facility in South Australia for the deployment of its defence satellite constellation.
The Queensland government is promoting some of the leading companies in the state’s burgeoning manufacturing sector through this week’s “Inside Advanced Manufacturing” series of events.
Listed pharmaceutical company IDT Australia (ASX:IDT) has gained a Medical Cannabis Manufacturing Licence from the Office of Drug Control.
A new $10 million boiler powered by sawdust produced from milling is powering Dongwha Australia’s kilns at Bombala.