The WA LNG Jobs Taskforce was established to work across the industry to enhance WA's capability as an LNG centre of excellence.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are working on automating biomanufacturing using AI.
NZ professor wins 'Oscar of the space sector' for plan for cleaning up space junk.
Air Liquide, DLVA and Engie sign deal to produce green hydrogen in France.
Five future engineering leaders and problem-solvers have become the first to receive scholarships from the Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership.
Myriota IoT modules to be manufactured by Motherson in South Australia, providing technology benefits for remote industries such as mining.
The ability to adopt new technologies and embrace change is key to succeeding in today's fast-paced manufacturing environment.
MathWorks and Coursera have announced a joint effort to address the data science skills gap.
Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics will provide scientists with apparently unprecedented accuracy in studying crops and farming systems.
NERA is inviting applications from SMEs with innovative solutions for the oil and gas industry to participate in its SME ConnectER event at AOG 2020.
MIT is researching a new control system that may enable humanoid robots to do heavy lifting and other physically demanding tasks.
Although on the face of it the principles and applications are simple, digital transformation is more than just replacing manual processes with digital processes.
A public offer of only 2% of what is the world's most profitable company, oil giant Aramco, could be the largest IPO in history.
Largest single order for locally researched and developed Fusesaver from a Californian utility to help reduce risk of wildfires.