Australia’s first space industry incubator has opened applications for its third intake and is looking to help international companies break into the sector.
By Samantha Sharpe, Research Director, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney When the central business district of Lismore was flooded in 2017, every small business owner in the northern New South Wales town had a decision to make. Should they rebuild their businesses, or take whatever insurance money they might get and move…
The Australian Industry Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index for January showed contraction in every sector except one, with a “disappointing” start to the new year and decade impacted by bushfires, drought and slow local consumption, as well as global factors.
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be used to develop smarter and more effective ways of managing and reducing waste.
It appears we have missed another close call between two satellites – but how close did we really come to a catastrophic event in space?
Applications are open for the NSW-India Advanced Manufacturing Trade Mission, which will take up to eight companies on a ten-day, four-city business development tour.
Major South Australian oil and gas companies Santos and Beach Energy have announced the extension of ethane gas supply to Sydney-based Qenos as part of a Cooper Basin joint venture.
By Professor Heng Wang, Co-Director of the Herbert Smith Freehills China International Business and Economic Law Centre (CIBEL), University of NSW A temporary truce in the ongoing economic conflict between the two largest global economies has been reached with phase one of the new trade deal between China and the US. As a first step, the…
Boeing has announced a full-year net loss of $US 636 million, its worst-ever result, and that it will cut production of its 787 Dreamliner aircraft from 14 to 10 per month.
An annual survey from the Australian Industry Group released today found a low proportion of leaders planning to increase business investment.