An international expression of interest has been issued by Australia’s leading energy providers to help deliver the nation’s low carbon vision through hydrogen.
A South Australian company that manufactures 3D-printed medical training devices is set to embark on a $10 million capital raising campaign so it can ramp up production post coronavirus.
Australia is on the cusp of commercialising a rare nanoparticle with huge global potential to help capture carbon and water pollutants.
By Peter Roberts Only days after offering up a stimulus package widely condemned as not large enough to impact Australia’s coronavirus affected economy, Canberra has followed up with a second much larger package of measures. The first business-focused package increased the instant asset write-off, provided accelerated depreciation deductions and supported apprentices and trainees. Manufacturers can…
A crack Australian team is tackling the threat of space junk wrecking new satellites using machine learning
The Building 4.0 Cooperative Research Centre has been awarded $28 million in federal funding, and will apply technologies from the world of manufacturing to help modernise the building sector.
By Peter Martin, Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University The government is planning to deliver a second coronavirus economic support package within days, and the Reserve Bank will announce “further policy measures” to support the economy on Thursday. The bank sometimes uses the phrase “policy measures” to describe adjustments to its “policy…
Strong space and defence industries in South Australia are helping the formation of a potentially nation-leading AgTech ecosystem.
By Dr Jens Goennemann, Managing Director, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre The wine industry is plagued by knockoffs. Piracy tactics range from mis-labelled bottles, over diluting of products to using similar-but-different brands – a glass of Benfolds, anyone? You can talk about “the sincerest form of flattery”, but don’t do it around Treasury Wine Estates. We can’t be sure of…
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced a $1.25 million grant to assist a feasibility study for a renewable hydrogen demonstration plant next to Stanwell Power Station.