The federal government has announced $190 million for its Recycling Modernisation Fund, as part of a resource recovery goal of 80 per cent by the end of the decade.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the hope of a growing space industry was palpable. Ribbons were cut, buildings were dedicated and Australia’s space industry was going to triple in size in just ten years. But a few weeks into March, Europe and then Australia were slowly grinding to a halt as the reality of COVID-19 set in.
Round two of the Manufacturing Efficiency Funding program is open to NSW businesses.
Technologies and tools for a manufacturing transformation: how AI will transform food and beverage manufacturing
We are in the final day of @AuManufacturing’s “Technologies and tools for a manufacturing transformation” series. In this article, Mario Macri writes that the robots have arrived: automation is a reality and an enormous opportunity for manufacturing.
As the global renewables transition accelerates, the future for coal regions has become a big worry. This raises an important question: can renewables create the right jobs in the right places to employ former coal workers?
A new diagnostic tool is closer to commercial reality after the University of Queensland’s Centre for Advanced Imaging received a $1 million grant.
Seasol has been announced as the 2,000th member of the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre. The family-owned organic garden and lawn products manufacturer said that it hoped to tap into the knowledge and contacts among AMGC‘s network to improve its business. “We aim to enhance Seasol’s efficiency and productivity and respond more quickly to market demands…
More than $7 billion will be spent to transform how Australia’s defence force operates in space, with a focus on improving sovereign capability.
The defence force will receive about $7 billion over the next decade to transform the way it operates in space. This means space will account for about 3 per cent of total defence investment over the next 10 years.
Developers of slag-to-phosphorous process and 3D printed thongs among Australia’s most innovative engineers
Engineers Australia has released its fifth annual list of Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers.
Funding for a new research centre has been announced, with its work to focus on recycling for construction products and focussing on ten challenging waste streams.