Discussion of the environment is embedded in our culture as public awareness over issues such as climate change and plastic pollution has grown. Advertisers are not shy about tapping into this concern for their own benefit.
China’s largest aerospace manufacturer will expand on a relationship with Monash University begun in 2017, investing “up to $10 million” establishing a new R&D site at Clayton’s Monash Technology Precinct.
By Jim Plouffe The fully electric vehicle is based on the Landcruiser 79 series platform and promises a range of up to 350km (220 miles). The pickup was developed in Adelaide, South Australia, over the past year by Dave Mitchell and Tim Possingham, who both have extensive experience in motorsport and original equipment manufacturing (OEM).…
A two-year pilot plant study, linking Lava Blue, Queensland University of Technology and the Innovative Manufacturing CRC, is the latest attempt to tap into the fast-expanding market for high-purity alumina. High-purity alumina (HPA) is an in-demand material, used in applications including coatings for lithium ion battery separators, LED production, and synthetic sapphire production. The…
A South Australian advanced manufacturing hub specialising in microfluidic sensors is working with NASA to develop health assessment tools for space travellers.
Today I spoke at the National Press Club on a topic close to my heart: Industry 4.0.
I opened by saying that the most important topic the nation can focus on is preparing for the 4th industrial revolution – or as the Germans call it, Industrie 4.0.
Queensland’s manufacturers are outperforming those in other states, its manufacturing minister has said.
A short documentary marking 50 years of containerisation and its role in the Australian economy has been launched by trade minister Simon Birmingham.
Australia’s rejuvenated space industry is showcasing its capabilities to the world this week at the 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), in Washington DC.
Four Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority grants totalling $2.3 million, and all going to South Australian firms, were announced on Tuesday. The SICP is a program offering between $50,000 and $1 million in dollar-matched funding to SMEs in defence. The successful firms in this round would use their funding to help investment in specialised tools…