The Australian Made campaign has urged the public to support local manufacturers and growers through their shopping purchases this festive season.
By Glenn S. Daehn, Fontana Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University Although it may not be obvious, there’s a close link between manufacturing technology and innovation. Elon Musk often talks of the “machines that build the machines” as being the real enabler in both his space and automotive businesses. Using less-expensive,…
Gold Coast-based company Gilmour Space Technologies signed a Statement of Strategic Intent and Cooperation with the Australian Space Agency on Wednesday. The signing was at the company’s new facility, where it has built its team to 45, and attendees included industry minister Karen Andrews (pictured middle) and deputy head of the ASA, Anthony Murfett…
A 64-bottle collection of Australia’s most famous wine, Penfolds Grange, is expected to fetch a record $AU350,000 when it is auctioned online this week.
The Federal Government has again tinkered with the R&D Tax Incentives.
Wollongong, home to Bluescope Steel’s Port Kembla operation, has set a goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
A once in a generation funding opportunity: monetary policies open doors to global funding opportunities
Treasurer Josh Frydenburg’s message to business is “to back yourself and use your balance sheet to invest and grow.” Whilst we may not agree with all his policies, it is clear there is a significant need to invest in R&D, innovation and ways to enhance productivity, whether that’s through new technologies or processes to improve performance.
Emerging South Australian biotechnologies will be accelerated through a Chinese-backed $AU45 million investment fund aimed at commercialising health research for the global market.
An important part of the World Trade Organization will cease to function from midnight. December 10 is when the terms of two of the remaining three members of its Appellate Body expire. It is meant to have seven.
Gas is now flowing from Senex’s Project Atlas in the Surat Basin, with the state’s resources council saying it will drive down elevated prices and protect Queensland manufacturing jobs.