- 3d printing
- advanced manufacturing
- Advanced Surgical Training Clinic (ASTC)
- AMDA Foundation
- Australia-India Strategic Research Fund
- critical minerals
- Deakin University
- durable water repellent (DWR) textile coatings
- Haigh's Chocolates
- high-tech manufacturing
- Humble Bee Bio
- INDO PACIFIC 2022
- International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney
- Lynas Rare Earths
- maritime industry
- new processing facility
- sustainable textile coating
- University of South Australia
Humble Bee Bio to develop sustainable textile coating with Deakin
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) has granted New Zealand-based biotechnology research company, Humble Bee Bio, and Deakin University $70,000 to develop a sustainable alternative to the harmful chemicals used in durable water repellent (DWR) textile coatings.
Fusetec opens world-first Advanced Surgical Training Clinic
Australian medtech manufacturer and 3D printing pioneer, Fusetec, has launched a $6.8 million Advanced Surgical Training Clinic (ASTC) in Adelaide to use advanced manufactured human cadavers to create realistic and anatomically accurate bone, skin, and muscle structures.
Siemens celebrates 150 years with series of immersive travel experiences
What do travelling on the legendary Ghan, drinking a Coopers ale and tasting a Haigh’s chocolate have in common? They are all iconic Australian experiences, and they all have a Siemens connection. In fact, The Ghan traverses the historic Overland Telegraph Line which transmitted its first message between Darwin and Adelaide in 1872. Siemens was … Continue reading Siemens celebrates 150 years with series of immersive travel experiences
INDO PACIFIC 2022 to showcase maritime industry
From presentations on supply chain opportunities to capability briefings from industry, navy strategy sessions and nuclear science and technology briefings, the INDO PACIFIC 2022 conference program has something for everyone within the maritime and wider industry communities.
New critical minerals research could lead to local manufacturing boost
The new Lynas Rare Earths Processing Facility in Kalgoorlie, WA has recently received Environmental Approval, which will enable the manufacture of many high-tech products.