Companies urged to look at climate change financial risks

23 May, 2018 by

Australian businesses are being encouraged to view climate change through a corporations and securities law lens, or risk being left behind their global peers.

New $7.3m rail training centre to address industry challenges

23 May, 2018 by

ITTC Rail aims to train the next generation of rail engineers with the necessary skills to maintain and upgrade Australia's rail network.

Australian Cyber Security Research Centre appoints CEO

17 May, 2018 by

The Australian Cyber Security Research Centre (CSRC) has announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Rachael Falk.

Deakin partners with Vestas to advance composites science

17 May, 2018 by | Supplied by: Deakin University

Deakin University will partner with wind energy solution provider Vestas to improve the compressive strength of carbon fibre composite materials for wind turbines.

CSIRO launches immersive AR lab

15 May, 2018 by | Supplied by: CSIRO Head Office

Data61 has opened an Immersive Environments Lab, a facility purpose-built for applied research into novel augmented reality, virtual reality and 3D web technologies.

Budget 2018–19: energy resources sector supported

14 May, 2018 by

NERA welcomes the Australian Government's Budget commitment to continue support for the energy resources sector.

Australian space agency has potential to grow economy and research

10 May, 2018 by | Supplied by: Flinders University

It is predicted that the space industry could be worth more than $3.5 trillion within three decades.

METS $6m funding round opens

10 May, 2018 by

METS Ignited has opened up a new matched funding round for compoanies in the METS sector.

Researchers develop water-based battery

10 May, 2018 by

Stanford University has reported that its scientists have developed a water-based manganese-hydrogen battery that could meet future grid energy storage requirements.

Politicians' short memories? Frydenberg announces fuel security review

08 May, 2018 by Glenn Johnson, Editor

On 7 May, Josh Frydenberg announced a liquid fuel security review. Is this a groundhog day moment?

Researchers print electronics directly on the skin

07 May, 2018 by

The University of Minnesota has developed a method of 3D printing onto human skin for medical applications and advanced biological sensors.

Chile exchange program for METS companies

30 April, 2018 by

An exchange program for Australian mining equipment, technology and services companies to build direct relationships with industry in Chile has been opened.

Deakin researchers create kinetic clothes to monitor body movements

20 April, 2018 by | Supplied by: Deakin University

Researchers have engineered wearable technology using strain-sensing textile fibres to create clothing that keeps track of its wearer's movements.

Siemens Australia to lead its largest delegation to Hannover Messe

20 April, 2018 by | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Siemens will take a delegation of over 100 people from the region to witness benchmark global technologies, and will feature an Australian showcase at their stand.

Innovative electric water taxi using ABB technology

17 April, 2018 by | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

A futuristic, zero-emission new design of water taxi, called SeaBubbles, was recently demonstrated on Lake Geneva.

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