It's time to take back Australia's manufacturing, and there are a number of government funding initiatives to help.
Konica Minolta has partnered with Edith Cowan University to boost the university's capability of meeting the growing need for advanced manufacturing in WA.
CSIRO signs new agreement with US partners for a transformational power generation technology.
Researchers have discovered that build orientation has an effect on the formation of residual stresses in parts made by additive manufacturing.
Vanadium flow batteries provide the necessary performance to allow green hydrogen to be produced continuously by tidal generation.
BHP has announced that it has signed an MOU with steel producer China Baowu, with the intention to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in steelmaking.
Renowned physicist Dr Cathy Foley AO has been appointed Australia's next Chief Scientist, taking over from Dr Alan Finkel AO after his tenure comes to an end in December.
A new report from the CSIRO reveals the fundamental barriers to innovation adoption for Australian businesses.
A project to build the world's largest green ammonia plant in South Australia has been launched.
Curtin University has developed a new battery technology that does not include any rare earth elements and does not consume any of the planet's resources.
Siemens Australia and Murray Engineering are partnering to provide vehicle-agnostic underground electric charging stations.
Researchers say part of the solution to the volatility of renewable energy is to adapt the power consumption of production plants to the fluctuating output from wind and solar generation.
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