South Australian guitarist Brian Morrison, creator of the popular BAM Goddess Overdrive Pedal and its sister pedal the Classic, returns with new guitar pedals for the first time in 20 years.
Adelaide-based technology company Codan has announced a record profit of $64 million, causing its share price to jump more than 17 per cent yesterday.
The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer, Foxconn, has mentioned plans to decrease its presence in China, and that the nation was no longer the world’s factory.
An RMIT team has developed scalable and affordable spray-on coatings that could help create the next generation of energy-saving windows.
A team from the University of NSW has developed a technique for “material microsurgery” which they say allows them to extract useful elements from electronic waste for purposes such as surface coatings to strengthen steels.
Goldilocks Suit has turned to crowdfunding to bring them one step closer to full-scale production of their baby sensor singlet after the COVID-19 recession dried up other sources of funding.
The University of NSW will offer a world-first bachelor degree in quantum engineering, citing the need to grow local skills in an industry predicted to be worth as much as $4 billion in Australia within two decades.
The awarding of a five-year, $65 million defence contract to Daronmont Technologies has been announced, with the Australian engineering company to support the Mobile Control and Reporting Centre at RAAF Base Darwin.
Eight new contracts were announced under the Defence Innovation Hub program on Tuesday morning, with a total value of over $21 million.
In recent weeks, we have reported on manufacturers applying their expertise to developing Covid-19 tests. Brent Balinski spoke to Samantha Ollerton of GreyScan, which is building a trace detection device for surfaces, where the virus can linger for days. March was a month where everything changed. Whatever your business, it was time to rethink…