The first F-35A was inducted into BAE Systems Australia’s Williamtown maintenance depot at an event on Monday.
The Morrison government on Friday released a plan to reduce carbon emissions from Australia’s road transport sector. Controversially, it ruled out consumer incentives to encourage electric vehicle uptake. The disappointing document is not the electric vehicle jump-start the country sorely needs.
Australia and New Zealand’s biggest maker of heavy-duty transport trailers, MaxiTrans, has opened a new factory in Ipswich, with plans to double its workforce of 70 over the next five years.
The Maritime RobotX contest for marine autonomous systems will be held at Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith in November 2022.
The NSW government has announced approval for the country’s first hydro-powered battery project, with construction expected to begin later this year.
The Cyber Security Skills Partnership Fund, offering grants between $300,000 and $2.5 million to support projects building cybersecurity capacity, began accepting applications today.
Instead of giving today’s manufacturing fancy prefixes, let’s learn from the past and focus on what really matters: That is to fix – once and for all – the understanding of what manufacturing really is.
The upcoming federal budget is an opportunity to relaunch and reform the research and development tax incentive to “restore its profile as the keystone for supporting R&D and innovation”, the Australian Investment Council says.
An RMIT University team has identified a way to reuse some of the estimated 6.8 billion single-use facemasks disposed of daily, describing a road making material that meets civil engineering standards and contains the equivalent of 3 million shredded masks per kilometre.
Queensland government-owned CS Energy and Japan’s IHI Corporation have announced a feasibility study into a green hydrogen demonstration plant near Chinchilla.