Applications opened on Wednesday for grants in the third round of the federal BioMedTech Horizons program.
E-waste recycler, recycled roads and industry electrification researchers among Premier’s Sustainability Award winners
The Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards have been held, with winners including Enable Social Enterprises, which took out the Premier’s Recognition Award for its e-waste business. Enable assists disadvantaged workers in reentering the workforce. Among the company’s businesses is Enable IT Recycling, which “created 10 employment pathways while diverting 133,046kgs of e-waste from landfill” according…
This year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to three chemists who collectively developed something that has become an absolute necessity in our daily lives – the lithium ion battery.
Titanium filtration membranes originally designed for the wine sector are being adapted for a new range of industries including oil, wool and water.
Australian medical implant pioneer Anatomics will launch its new manufacturing facility in East Bentleigh, Melbourne on Thursday morning.
Queensland’s Project Atlas development by Senex Energy (ASX:SXY), which will supply manufacturers CSR, Orora and O-I, has produced its first gas.
By Clinton Fernandes, Professor, International and Political Studies, UNSW Silicon Valley may now be more popularly associated with software companies such as Google and Facebook but it takes its name from the material most used to make semiconductors. Semiconductors – or computer chips – power everything from mobile phones to military systems. The semiconductor industry…
Finalists have been announced for the 2019 Banksia Sustainability Awards, with a winner to be announced on December 3.
Trade minister Simon Birmingham has announced a review of the Export Market Development Grants scheme.
What’s made of legumes but sizzles on the barbie like beef? Australia’s new high-tech meat alternative
By Martin Cole, CSIRO and Mary Ann Augustin, CSIRO There is a revolution taking place in burger joints and supermarkets across Australia. Plant products that taste and behave like meat are increasingly making their way onto the plates of consumers as concern grows over the environmental impact of food production. This week the CSIRO launched…