The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted risks in the global supply chain and unveiled potential opportunities for Australian manufacturers to reinvigorate the industry.
SAGE Group has launched a course to upskill Australia's workforce to meet the demands of Industry 4.0.
News out of Europe this past week may have given yet another indication of the future direction of coal-powered energy.
The companies have received an unconditional merger control clearance from the European Commission.
NERA has committed $227,500 to assist Australian energy innovators fast-track technology and deploy solutions to combat COVID-19.
Rockwell's recent 'Rockwell Automation on the Move' event in Auckland allowed its customers to engage with new trends, new technology and each other.
Futureproofing our local economy to bridge the gap between Australia and China.
Griffith University researchers have announced they are aiming to unlock a catalytic process that will enhance the breakdown of water into hydrogen and oxygen.
CSIRO's GISERA examined hydraulic fracturing impacts on air quality, soils, groundwater and waterways.
Engineers Australia has announced it will work to support its members, the engineering profession and the broader community in these difficult times.
The COVID-19 pandemic shows that we should be less reliant on suppliers overseas and instead return to a sovereign manufacturing capability.
Mechanical drives supplier and Siemens subsidiary Flender has announced plans for a new facility in WA to better service the wind energy and mining sectors.
As part of its COVID-19 response initiatives, NERA is offering a series of webinars titled 'From Adversity to Advantage'.