Australia is on the cusp of commercialising a rare nanoparticle with huge global potential to help capture carbon and water pollutants.
Environmental technology company Bygen is taking technology out of University of Adelaide labs and using it to give agricultural waste a higher purpose. Brent Balinski spoke to co-founder and CEO Dr Lewis Dunnigan about using almond shells and other ingredients to supply the growing activated carbon market.
The first “green shoots” are starting to appear for Australian wine exporters into China as the Asian powerhouse emerges from its coronavirus lockdown.
Award-winning electronics business ICT International launched its new production facility in Armidale last week. Brent Balinski spoke to co-founder and CEO Susan Cull about keeping customers in 55 countries happy while operating from “a small country town”.
Taking US oil in a global crisis sounds good on paper, but it won’t do much for Australia’s energy security
By Christian Downie, Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow, Australian National University The federal government this week signed a deal with the US to access their oil reserves should global supplies be disrupted and we eat into our meagre reserve. Oil security is a hot topic in Australia – we consume more than a decade ago, produce…
Brisbane-based electric vehicle DC charger company Tritium has appointed a new CEO.
Nova Systems is growing its global reach after winning a $25.9 million Norwegian defence contract to support a maritime helicopter program.
Hand sanitiser orders are exploding for a South Australian manufacturer as the threat of coronavirus empties supermarket shelves of the product around the world.
China export specialist Jatenergy (ASX: JAT) has received its first order from new non-exclusive China distributor Ocker Products for dairy products as part of a deal which could be worth $80 million. The exporter of Australian consumer goods received an order for US$ 1.5 million dollars of unspecified dairy products according to a company announcement.…
A $1.7 million grant has been announced to support a new gas injection facility, which will add up to 10 per cent hydrogen into Gladstone’s gas network.