The awarding of a five-year, $65 million defence contract to Daronmont Technologies has been announced, with the Australian engineering company to support the Mobile Control and Reporting Centre at RAAF Base Darwin.
Up to a third of all companies accessing the R&D tax incentive may have some of their claim clawed back, with the government still planning to introduce retrospective changes to the scheme.
Projects to develop space traffic management, a weed-spraying robot, and more effective flu vaccine production methods are among those successful in the ninth round of CRC-P grants.
Another year, another round of hostage-taking by the owners of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter.
A combined $24 million in funding has been announced for five new Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centres.
A Jan Juc, Victoria-based startup is commercialising a world-first recycled carbon fibre surfboard.
Bluescope Steel and Geelong startup FormFlow have signed a deal to commercialise a “world first, patented technology and process” that bends corrugated steel profiles at sharp angles without damaging their structure or coating.
Gilmour Space has announced a 110-second, full-duration test of the upper-stage of its three-stage hybrid launch vehicle.
The first round for grants worth between $300,000 and $1 million under the federal Product Stewardship Investment Fund is open, focussing on e-waste.
The pandemic has changed the way we think about supply chains, in particular the chains that feed our need for food, medical supplies, and defence equipment.