A 12-month trial between the Australian Army, Charles Darwin University and 3D printer manufacturer SPEE3D has been launched, and will provide training to soldiers for “3D printing in the field.”
We won’t have fusion generators in five years. But the holy grail of clean energy may still be on its way
Recent reports from scientists pursuing a new kind of nuclear fusion technology are encouraging, but we are still some distance away from the “holy grail of clean energy”.
The transformation of the national electricity market has “progressed at a remarkable pace and scale” over the last year as it moves towards renewables, but security is a critical issue, according to the Energy Security Board.
Boomerang Labs is surveying entrepreneurs, as well as corporations, governments and other large organisations to take a snapshot of the Circular Economy landscape in Australia at present. They will gather this data for a Report ‘Australia and the Circular Economy: The Current Landscape and Opportunities Ahead’. They hope to replicate this each year to track progress.…
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A new advanced manufacturing centre in South Australia will allow ballistics company XTEK to expand in to new markets, including the US, and new industries such as space.
Australian medtech company Firebrick Pharma has said its disinfectant nasal spray, which is currently in clinical trials for treating respiratory viruses, could be a weapon against the COVID-19 coronavirus.
South Australian technology company Codan Limited has announced a record half-year profit of $30.4 million on the back of booming sales of its hi-tech metal detecting and communications equipment.
The state government has announced a NSW Space Industry Development Strategy and $5 million in support for a new space industry hub, which it hopes will lure in startups operating within the fast-growing space sector.
Blood testing technology developed by South Australian medical researchers is poised to transform the nutrition industry.