Melbourne company SPEE3D has demonstrated the “world’s fastest live print of a metal part” at the Formnext 3D printing expo in Frankfurt, Germany.
Ticketing business TMA Group launched a new manufacturing, design and logistics centre in Melbourne’s west on Monday, which it says will employ 100 by 2022.
The University of Southern Queensland has announced its Centre for Future Materials will receive a dual-ring 84/60 carrier braider from South Korea’s Textile for Life, enabling the production of advanced composite structures.
Virgin Australia Group and Southern Oil Refinery were among the winners at Wednesday’s Bioenergy Innovation Awards, held at the State Library of Queensland.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will begin development of a Bioenergy Roadmap at the request of federal energy minister Angus Taylor.
The two-day Bioenergy STRONG showcase begins today at the State Library of Queensland, promoting “Queensland’s bio credentials and push for more bio projects” during the state’s inaugural Bio Innovation Week.
An update on the progress and future of the bionic eye – a prototype of which has provided “a sense of vision” to some blind patients – will be given next week.
A brown coal-to-hydrogen pilot at Loy Yang Power Station, Victoria was launched last week.
Food and beverage company Lion introduced a bar made of re-purposed plastic waste at the Melbourne Cup Carnival this week, the result of a partnership with collection initiative REDcycle and Victorian manufacturer Replas.
A University of Rochester team has developed a laser-etching technique and taken inspiration from fire ants and diving bell spiders to engineer water-repellent, buoyant metal structures.