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The Queensland state government-funded pilot project will deliver new locally manufactured iron and zinc flow batteries.

$24 million investment in Queensland’s local battery companies

The Queensland Government’s $24 million investment into flow batteries from local manufacturers will support the next stage of the state’s local battery capability, helping the state to meet its renewable energy commitments. Read More
Spiral Blue brings space-based AI to Australians

Spiral Blue brings space-based AI to Australians

Australian aerospace manufacturer Spiral Blue has released operational data from successfully running proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms in space, which will open up new horizons for AI-powered advancements in monitoring and understanding our planet. Read More
$64 million in ARC funding for industry training and research

$64 million in ARC funding for industry training and research

The funding will support eight new Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Training Centres and five new ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs to mentor and train Australia’s next generation of research professionals.  Read More
Hanwha defence contract to deliver TAS jobs boom

Hanwha defence contract to deliver TAS jobs boom

Australian mining equipment manufacturer Elphinstone has successfully bid with Hanwha Defense Group to be part of the multi-billion Land 400 Phase 3 program to supply infantry fighting vehicles for the Australian Army.  Read More
A partnership Jamestrong and the UNSW SMaRT Centre will revolutionise aluminium manufacturing and recycling in Australia.

New partnership to spearhead advance in aluminium manufacturing

A new partnership between Jamestrong, a regional manufacturer of metal cans for leading Australian and international brands, and the UNSW SMaRT Centre, is developing a ground-breaking project to revolutionise aluminium manufacturing and recycling in Australia. Read More
Silicon Quantum Computing raises $50.4 million

Over $50 million for Australia’s Silicon Quantum Computing

The Federal Government, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), Telstra, and UNSW are backing Sydney-based technology startup Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC) with a $50 million investment to fund its ongoing quest to manufacture the world’s first scalable, error-corrected quantum computer. Read More