More than 500 competitors and 20,000 visitors are expected to attend the WorldSkills Australia National Championships, which have been announced for August 13 – 15 at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre next year. The national vocational and educational training (VET) competition will feature as many as 60 skills categories. It is held in conjunction…
Central NSW-based tyre recycling business Green Distillation Technologies has announced the hire of a marketing agent in the United States.
A South Australian startup that has developed a low-cost technique for making activated carbon from agricultural waste will soon begin a capital raising round to fund commercial production.
AVT Australia and Textron Systems have earned contracts worth $5.2 million and $3.4 million, defence industry minister Melissa Price announced on Monday.
Ninety-four companies have been named as finalists in 13 categories at the 57th Australian Export Awards.
The Australian manufacturing sector remained in growth over October, though this slowed over the month, according to the Australian Industry Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index.
University of Queensland has announced it is working with automotive start-up ACE-EV and Flinders University to develop bio-based materials for electric vehicles.
By Michael Coelli, Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne and Jeff Borland, Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne Should we believe headlines claiming nearly half of all jobs will be lost to robots and artificial intelligence? We think not, and in a newly released study we explain why. Headlines trumpeting massive job losses have been in abundance…
Successful Australian business innovator Richard Turner has joined the University of South Australia as Entrepreneur-in-Residence to inspire future entrepreneurs and supercharge the development of new and established businesses.
Advanced Technology Testing and Research (ATTAR) will open a third site at James Cook University in Townsville, providing industry engagement and engineering training to students. The company’s north Australian office will open in November, and was described by JCU’s head of engineering Daniel Christie as a vote of confidence in the city. “ATTAR…