Google’s former top quantum scientist John Martinis, who helped the tech giant achieve quantum supremacy, has joined Australian startup Silicon Quantum Computing, lending significant validation for its approach to the technology.
Shoppers once selected grocery products based simply on price or brand, but now attributes such as “climate-friendly” or “eco-friendly” are part of the consideration.
Visy has reported a big jump in August revenues, following its acquisition of Owens-Illinois Glass for $947 million the previous month.
Applications are now open for NSW government grants to assist companies in PPE production.
Australia has become the fourth country to ratify the Square Kilometre Array Observatory Convention, with the construction phase of the local component of the world’s largest radio telescope scheduled for mid-2021.
Load testing has finished and a bridge made out of fibre-reinforced geopolymer in Geelong is expected to be operational in the first quarter of next year.
A South Australian-based V2X technology company has today begun a connected vehicle trial in Queensland which will help explore the future of co-operative intelligent transport systems.
The current economic crisis has exposed the decay in Australia’s manufacturing capability and highlighted the need for increased investment in innovation.
An RMIT team has developed a zero-cement concrete, made of recycled industrial by-products, which it says suffers almost no corrosion and could save on maintenance costs when used as sewage pipes.
A total of 373,000 industrial robots were sold in 2019, according to newly-released figures, with two-thirds of all new units sold in the Asia region.