Q-CTRL, Diraq partner to expand quantum computing adoption

Leading Australian quantum computing software and hardware companies have partnered to on three multi-million-dollar projects to expand the commercial adoption of quantum computing. According to quantum error correction software company Q-CTRL and silicon based quantum hardware innovator Diraq, their partnership is the first stage of delivering new, high-impact quantum computing capabilities to the global market,…

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Genetic Signatures prepares to launch parasite test kits in the US

Molecular diagnostic company Genetic Signatures has submitted an application seeking US Food and Drug Administration approval for its EasyScreen Gastrointestinal Parasite Detection Kit. The easy to use kit aims to replace current screening methods which involve sample culturing and microscopic inspection, antigen detection and pathogen-specific molecular tests, Genetic Signatures said the US market for the…

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iLaunch Trailblazer to 3D print hypersonic space launch structures

The iLAuNCH Trailblazer project, universities and industry partners are to establish a manufacturing facility to utilise additive manufacturing techniques to print more durable satellites and hypersonic space vehicle structures. The Innovative Launch, Automation, Novel Materials, Communications and Hypersonics (iLAuNCH) programme, funded by the Department of Education, has linked with South Australian universities and Adelaide-based advanced…

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Graphene electrodes part of plan to make Australia make PV again

A consortium of Halocell Energy, First Graphene and Queensland University of Technology has shared a few details about a three-year project to develop perovskite solar cell fabrication, recently awarded a $2 million grant under Round 14 of the federal Cooperative Research Centre Projects (CRC-P) initiative. Halocell makes perovskite solar cells containing halide, and describes itself…

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