Australian Manufacturing Forum member viewpoint by Kris Gale With the world attempting to come to grips with the COVID-19 situation, it’s hard to find too many opportunities for good news but recent discussion regarding the R&D Tax Incentive is one of them. As reported in @AuManufacturing news, the Senate Economics Legislation Committee (the Committee) is…
Australia is on the cusp of commercialising a rare nanoparticle with huge global potential to help capture carbon and water pollutants.
Environmental technology company Bygen is taking technology out of University of Adelaide labs and using it to give agricultural waste a higher purpose. Brent Balinski spoke to co-founder and CEO Dr Lewis Dunnigan about using almond shells and other ingredients to supply the growing activated carbon market.
A crack Australian team is tackling the threat of space junk wrecking new satellites using machine learning
Strong space and defence industries in South Australia are helping the formation of a potentially nation-leading AgTech ecosystem.
Award-winning electronics business ICT International launched its new production facility in Armidale last week. Brent Balinski spoke to co-founder and CEO Susan Cull about keeping customers in 55 countries happy while operating from “a small country town”.
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 South Australian Productivity Commission has launched two new inquiries into research and development in a bid to safeguard long-term economic growth in the state.
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.
Australian-made IoT offering enables ‘digital birth certificates’ for wine throughout $350 billion global market
An Australian company has developed an electronic solution embedded in bottle caps to provide wine authentication and other information to customers.