Those who worked at Holden between 1945 and 2017 are being sought for an oral history of the company and its workers.
Drinking straws made from locally grown organic rye are being developed ahead of a proposed single use plastic ban in South Australia.
Prime minister Scott Morrison has spoken in favour of industry-led solutions to plastic ocean waste during an address to the United Nations General assembly early Thursday morning, AEST.
Defence supplier Xtek has earned a $10.6 million contract to “provide spare parts, repair, maintenance and support services” for the Australian Defence Force’s fleet of Wasp All Environment drones. The work will be carried out at a Xtek’s recently-completed Canberra facility, and according to defence industry minister Melissa Price will create an additional 10…
Dig deep: Australia’s mining know-how makes it the perfect $150m partner for NASA’s Moon and Mars shots
By Andrew Dempster, Director, Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research; UNSW In the wake of Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s meeting with US President Donald Trump, the Australian government announced on Sunday a commitment of A$150million “into our local businesses and new technologies that will support NASA on its inspirational campaign to return to the…
By Andrew Spence An Australian state with and abundance of renewable energy has unveiled a plan to become a leading global exporter of certified green hydrogen. South Australia is already a world leader in wind, solar and battery storage to the point where excess renewable energy is often shed during peak production…
A new online learning tool featuring advice from some of Australia’s manufacturing success stories was launched on Tuesday.
Brisbane-headquartered fast DC charger maker Tritium has opened a new Los Angeles facility and announced a new 175 kW charger designed for the US market.
Despite being such a sunkissed country, Australia is still lagging behind in the race to embrace solar power. While solar panels adorn hundreds of thousands of rooftops throughout the nation, we have not yet seen the logical next step: buildings with solar photovoltaic cells as an integral part of their structure.
Electric cars, trains, trams and boats already exist. That logically leads to the question: why are we not seeing large electric aircraft? And will we see them any time soon?