Every January Larry Fink, the head of the world’s largest funds manager, BlackRock, sends a letter to the chief executives of major public companies.
A $1.7 million grant has been announced to support a new gas injection facility, which will add up to 10 per cent hydrogen into Gladstone’s gas network.
AMX2020 will run from May 13 to May 15 at the Sydney Showground, and cover themes including automation and robotics, industrial IoT, and government grants.
Detailed planning for Australia’s Hunter Class Frigate Program is well underway as local companies vie for a slice of the $35 billion project.
Chemical technology business Calix (ASX: CXL) has announced a sales revenue increase of 144 per cent in the first half of the financial year.
Queanbeyan’s Lintek has upgraded its facility, and is attempting to increase its participation in the global F-35 program. Lintek employs roughly 50 at the site, and makes microwave and high-frequency printed circuit board using a patented “high vacuum deposition” process, enabling very accurate copper features to be created. It is a supplier to government departments,…
The Victorian government has announced extra funding to encourage recycling and waste minimisation in the state’s businesses.
The NSW government has announced a review of the state’s $2.3 billion TAFE system, headed by businessman David Gonski and Western Sydney University Chancellor Peter Shergold, which will report back by July.
A 12-month trial between the Australian Army, Charles Darwin University and 3D printer manufacturer SPEE3D has been launched, and will provide training to soldiers for “3D printing in the field.”
We won’t have fusion generators in five years. But the holy grail of clean energy may still be on its way
Recent reports from scientists pursuing a new kind of nuclear fusion technology are encouraging, but we are still some distance away from the “holy grail of clean energy”.