Coronavirus lessons from past crises: how WWI and WWII spurred scientific innovation in Australia

In the wake of COVID-19, we’re seeing intense international competition for urgently-needed supplies including personal protection equipment and ventilators. In Australia, this could extend to other critical imports such as pharmaceuticals and medicines. And when our manufacturing sector can’t fill unexpected breaks in supply chains, we all face risk.

Archer progresses graphene bio-sensor in new materials developments

Advanced materials business Archer Materials continued progress on a number of fronts during the third quarter as it advanced projects ranging from mining to cathode production and quantum computing development. The listed company re-iterated progress on a number of fronts in a statement to investors: # Drilling continued at its Franklyn deposit and concluded at…