Make learning and development part of your mantra in your job and within your team

11 June, 2019 by *Steve Mackay PhD, Dean, Engineering Institute of Technology | Supplied by: IDC Technologies Pty Ltd

If you are passionate and enthusiatic about learning, you will thrive in your career.

Vale completes important stage in tailings containment and treatment

11 June, 2019

Sheet pilings curtain and water treatment plant are part of a set of projects which contribute to reduce tailings flow into the Paraopeba River.

Rapid changes in global energy use to 2050 predicted

11 June, 2019

A recent report by McKinsey predicts rapid changes in energy consumption and production patterns worldwide, but not enough to halt global warming.

Symposium on advances in corrosion science and engineering

07 June, 2019 | Supplied by: Australasian Corrosion Association

The ACA will be hosting an international symposium focusing on the latest advances in corrosion science and corrosion engineering in July.

CSIRO to hold 'Digital Twin' symposium for metal AM

07 June, 2019 | Supplied by: CSIRO Head Office

The CSIRO will be holding a one-day symposium in Melbourne on 4 July titled the ‘Towards a True Digital Twin’ Symposium.

Collaborative robots: designing for productivity and safety

05 June, 2019 by Steven Keeping* | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics

Collaborative robots are making their mark — combining robot muscle with human dexterity and problem-solving skills is dramatically improving productivity.

Queensland opens more LNG leases for local supply

03 June, 2019

New joint venture approved to seek gas for supply to local Australian manufacturers.

Researchers develop ultra-compact syngas reactor

03 June, 2019

Researchers in Denmark have developed a new and compact approach to producing syngas that reduces CO2 emissions.

Mitsubishi Electric to acquire software company ICONICS

03 June, 2019 | Supplied by: Mitsubishi Electric Australia

Acquisition will enhance software product line-up to strengthen e-F@ctory integrated solution.

Australian hydrogen standards committee established

31 May, 2019

The committee is seen as a key enabler to drive national agreement and recommendations to enhance the development of the emerging hydrogen industry.

AI automatically detects disturbances in power supply grids

29 May, 2019 | Supplied by: Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, System Technology and Image Exploitation - IOSB

Fraunhofer researchers have developed compression techniques, algorithms and neural networks to make a power supply fit for the future.

AI bringing human-like reasoning to driverless car navigation

28 May, 2019

MIT research aims to bring more human-like reasoning to autonomous vehicles by using imaging data and learning from human drivers.

Lifelong learning

27 May, 2019 | Supplied by: HYDAC International

HYDAC offers practical courses on a variety of topics,including hydraulics, thermal optimisation, filtration, electronics, predictive maintenance and Industry 4.0.

Qld Government quietly creates CSG no-go zone near Chinchilla

27 May, 2019

CSG wells already in operation in a 10 km no-go zone around the site of one of the state's worst environmental contaminations.

Australians lacking in energy literacy: report

24 May, 2019

For most in our community, the concept of energy goes no further than the price they pay to keep the lights on, according to a report published by NERA.

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