A South Australian company that manufactures 3D-printed medical training devices is set to embark on a $10 million capital raising campaign so it can ramp up production post coronavirus.
Australia is on the cusp of commercialising a rare nanoparticle with huge global potential to help capture carbon and water pollutants.
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) has launched a portal for Australian manufacturing, component suppliers and skilled design, engineering and manufacturing experts to register their interest and core competencies in support of the national response to COVID-19.
By Dan Parker, University of Melbourne; Bronwyn Isaac, Monash University; Kylie Soanes, University of Melbourne; Nick Bradsworth, Deakin University; Stanislav Roudavski, University of Melbourne, and Therésa Jones, University of Melbourne Native to southeastern Australia, the powerful owl (Ninox strenua) is threatened and facing the prospect of homelessness. These birds don’t make nests – they use…
Global defence company Nova Group is maintaining its projections of over $200 million revenue this financial year with longer-term goals to continue expanding its global reach.
Is your organisation equipped to supply nasopharyngeal and/or oropharyngeal swabs suitable for COVID-19 sample collection? Plus, is your organisation equipped to supply Hygiene Products for South Australia’s Schools and Preschools?
The first “green shoots” are starting to appear for Australian wine exporters into China as the Asian powerhouse emerges from its coronavirus lockdown.
The 2020 version of the annual Wohlers Report, tracking the evolution of the global 3D printing industry, has been released.
Composites technology company Xtek (ASX:XTE) has achieved what it says is a small but important first commercial order for armour parts produced using its XTclave curing system. The buyer is named as Tote Systems Australia, which will use Xtek’s lightweight ballistic armour plates in a soft armour and tactical vest system. The end product will…
Coronavirus, bushfires, drought contribute to biggest drop in manufacturing conditions in two decades: survey
Business conditions for manufacturers have suffered their biggest single quarter decline in 20 years, according to the most recent Australian Chamber-Westpac Survey of Industrial Trends.