A UNSW-led team have developed a process that turns CO2 into a cleaner and greener form of methane.
A new 3D-printed metamaterial from common titanium alloy has levels of strength for weight not normally seen in nature or manufacturing.
Australia's two largest iron ore miners and BlueScope have agreed to jointly investigate the development of an electric smelting furnace (ESF) pilot plant.
Designs reveal Equatorial Launch Australia's value offering to launch vehicle providers and payload customers.
Partnership aims to tackle global decarbonisation with innovative green steel and mineral processing research and development.
Hazer Group has announced that its commercial demonstration plant has produced its first hydrogen and graphitic carbon.
Exposure to high levels of ammonia can lead to chronic lung conditions and irreversible organ damage, but current ammonia sensors are large and expensive.
Producing steel by the direct reduction of iron ore with hydrogen would replace coke as a reducing agent, helping to decarbonise steelmaking.
A new facility at Mawson Lakes has advanced optics capabilities that the university says will transform a range of industries.
Co-locating green hydrogen generation with a wastewater treatment plant can simultaneously produce both oxygen for water treatment and hydrogen for fuel.
Australia has a unique billion-dollar opportunity to create a new industry to support mine closures, according to CSIRO.
Researchers have demonstrated a novel method for inspecting large pipe structures using mobile robots equipped with guided acoustic wave sensors.
Siemens Australia and Swinburne University of Technology have collaborated in a cross-country project designed to explore the role of AI in achieving net zero.
Australia is at a crossroads with developing AI technologies, with the potential to become a leader or laggard in technical and regulatory innovation.
CSIRO and Swinburne University of Technology's Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2) have launched a state-of-the-art clean hydrogen refuelling station.