By Michael Cortie, Physics Discipline Leader, University of Technology Sydney Mention tin and most people would think of the typical tin can, used to preserve foods you store in your cupboards. Tin is used here to help protect the can against corrosion (although not all cans today contain tin). But while the use of tin in canning…
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority will introduce flyer’s licenses and mandatory registration for all drone operators in July.
Manufacturing of a machine that pulverises weed seeds as grain crops are harvested is ramping up to a full commercial launch. Adelaide-based company Seed Terminator will produce 100 of its machines ahead of this year’s Australian grain harvest, which begins in October.
Our Australian team at Shinka Management is growing, and we are looking for a senior lean practitioner with over ten year’s experience deploying lean manufacturing / TPS principles within medium to large-sized companies.
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The federal government has announced backing for three promising Australian companies through the Biomedical Translation Fund.
Italy’s Lazzerini has acquired Acacia Ridge, Queensland-based Styleride Seating Systems.
A Mission Control Centre will be built alongside the new Australian Space Agency in Adelaide to provide a focal point for orbiting spacecraft.
RMIT and the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre have formalised a memorandum of understanding, which would see them partnering on industry-driven research addressing a “range of problems in advanced manufacturing”.
At bus maker Volgren, Australian automotive business is booming. Last year was their best since 2011, with over 600 buses made, and around 30 nifty low-floor vehicles going straight to Japan. Good morning, doomsayers!