Brent Balinski speaks to Xtek’s managing director Philippe Odouard about the company’s curing process – which it says can produce lighter, stronger composite parts – and its potential applications in defence, space and elsewhere.
Brent Balinski speaks to Harry Wang, founder of Advanced Circular Polymers, about the company’s factory and serving manufacturers wanting to adopt recycled plastics in their products. From kicks to shampoo bottles and beyond, there are signs that businesses are starting to commit to the use of recycled materials. Adidas has a goal of…
It is moonwalk month. On July 20, everybody except the moon landing truthers can celebrate 50 years since Aldrin said those immortal words to Armstrong, “After you, Neil…” *)
Internet of Things (IoT) lighting systems manufacturer Vivid Technology (ASX: VIV) has called in the administrators after failing to secure sources of long-term funding to support the business. The company, which makes intelligent LED lighting systems and software, appointed SV Partners as voluntary administrators after a three month search for funding support. The company shares…
Australian Paper Recovery has launched a new sorting facility at Truganina, which has an annual capacity of 39,000 tonnes of paper and will create six new jobs.
The 141-year-old Castlemaine Perkins Brewery in Brisbane has had its registration extended by 15 years.
Hi-tech company Micro-X will bring the design and manufacture of its next generation of carbon nanotube X-ray tubes in house to give it greater control over its operations.
By Jessica Bassano An Australian range of teas flavoured with native ingredients such as lemon myrtle, finger lime and ants is preparing for an international launch. Co-founded by cook and food writer Rebecca Sullivan and artist and high school teacher Damien Coulthard, Warndu has sold its native teas, vinegars and oils in Australia since 2016.…
The latest round of Accelerating Commercialisation grants has been announced, with ten grants totalling $3.7 million.
Venture capital investment in Australia reached a record high of $US 1.23 billion last financial year, according to figures compiled by KPMG.