Business

Battery material prospecting popular in WA

24 May, 2019

Nearly a third of successful applicants in the latest round of state-funded exploration grants are hoping to discover battery materials.


A more constant kilogram for World Metrology Day

20 May, 2019 | Supplied by: National Measurement Institute

On World Metrology Day the definition of the kilogram is changing to be based on the Planck constant, a fundamental constant of nature.


Vale warns of risk of another tailings dam collapse

20 May, 2019

Vale SA has warned that another tailings dam is at risk of rupturing at another of its mines in Brazil.


Improving asset performance in the oil and gas industry

17 May, 2019 | Supplied by: Australasian Corrosion Association

Upcoming seminar to discuss the latest developments and innovations for optimising asset performance with a focus on unconventional oil and gas.


Evening forum: Blockchain and METS

17 May, 2019

Excited about Blockchain technology but don't really understand what it is all about?


Industry 4.0 strategy needed for Australian manufacturing

17 May, 2019 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Australia's manufacturing workers are crying out for specialised training to upskill, recognising their jobs are under threat, according to a new report.


IICA Functional Safety Engineer training courses 2019

14 May, 2019 | Supplied by: IICA (Institute of Instrumentation Control & Automation)

Register now to increase your skills and qualifications.


Researchers find new way to pull hydrogen from wastewater

14 May, 2019

A research team at Princeton University has harnessed sunlight to isolate hydrogen from industrial wastewater.


Asahi says a smart value chain is key to business success

13 May, 2019

Embracing technological innovation and IT/OT collaboration has helped a company become one of Australia's top 100 manufacturers.


HP and Siemens deepen AM alliance

13 May, 2019

Companies collaborate to help auto and industrial customers create high-quality 3D printed parts faster.


Artificial intelligence in Australia needs to get ethical, so we have a plan

09 May, 2019 by Emma Schleiger, CSIRO and Stefan Hajkowicz, Data61*

The question of whether technology is good or bad depends on how it’s developed and used. Nowhere is that more topical than in technolgies using AI.


Deakin welcomes Labor commitment to Geelong battery facility

09 May, 2019 | Supplied by: Deakin University

Deakin University welcomes the federal Labor Party's pledge to, if elected, work with the university to support a battery manufacturing plant in Geelong.


Western Murray Irrigation to digitalise water supply to farmers

07 May, 2019 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Western Murray Irrigation (WMI) has selected Siemens to help digitalise the water supply to hundreds of farmers across an area of 5000 hectares.


SA Future Factory starts new era for Australian manufacturing

07 May, 2019 | Supplied by: Flinders University

A proposed Flinders University-led Australian Centre for Innovative Manufacturing will be the nation's first reconfigurable 'Future Factory'.


A third of manufacturing workers clock off work and on to their passion

06 May, 2019

Are you a worker in the engineering and manufacturing sector that has a side project you are passionate about?


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