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Liquid gallium proven to be a cheap, efficient CO2 converter
A global collaboration, including researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), has shown how liquid gallium can be used as a cost-effective way to capture and convert CO2 greenhouse emissions.
Star Scientific praises the new NSW Hydrogen Strategy
Central Coast-based hydrogen company, Star Scientific, has praised the NSW government’s green hydrogen strategy for entrenching the state as one of the key players in the global hydrogen map.
Space tech innovators solve global issues in GRAVITY Challenge
Space tech innovators have proposed solutions to world-changing problems from climate change to healthcare supply chain management across the globe, as part of round 03 of the GRAVITY Challenge.
Sleeptite’s REMi places them as finalist in InnovationAus Awards
Melbourne based company, Sleeptite, has been named one of four finalists in the inaugural InnovationAus 2021 Awards for Excellence in the category of MedTech and BioTechnology for the development of REMi.
GFG Alliance reports on restructuring progress in Australia
GFG Alliance (GFG) and LIBERTY Steel Group’s Restructuring and Transformation Committee (RTC) have reported a significant advance in GFG’s global restructuring, following the RTC’s sustained progress since its creation in May.
Australian battery manufacturer powered by Australian Made logo
Australian battery manufacturer, Century Batteries, has celebrated its green and gold roots with the Australian-Made logo now officially part of the company’s footprint.
FFI to build large hydrogen equipment manufacturing facility
A renewable energy and hydrogen company, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), will build one of the world’s largest hydrogen equipment manufacturing facilities in Gladstone, Queensland.
Beenleigh Steel Fabrications expands in Logan, Queensland
Beenleigh Steel Fabrications (BSF) will soon expand to a new $4.2 million facility, with works underway at a greenfield site in Berrinba in Queensland.
Schaeffler expands the availability of OPTIME in Asia Pacific
With the introduction of OPTIME to the market in 2020, automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler presented an innovative condition monitoring system for machines and systems.
Attend the IICA Technology Expo in Sydney this November
The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation Aust Inc (IICA) is an open arena for members to build their network and knowledge. In emerging from lockdown, IICA NSW is hosting their Technology Expo at Rosehill Racecourse on Wednesday 17 November from 2:00pm to 6:30pm, as a face-to-face event.
Monash University collaborates to make a net-zero liquid fuel
Researchers from Monash University and Hokkaido University have developed a method that converts carbon dioxide into a diesel-range fuel, with the potential to produce a net-zero liquid fuel alternative to power cars more sustainably.
Australian made Binar-1 satellite deployed into Low Earth Orbit
Western Australia’s homegrown spacecraft, Binar-1, has been deployed into Low Earth Orbit from the International Space Station (ISS), five weeks following its launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida.
mDetect uses space tech to build early warning system for mining
A spin-out Australian start-up from Swinburne University of Technology, mDetect, is using space particles to detect weaknesses in dams that secure highly toxic mining waste by-products, making them safer for the environment.
Ten manufacturers receive funding to commercialise their projects
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) has announced its latest round of ten co-invested projects under the Commercialisation Fund, growing local manufacturing opportunities with global potential.
Rheinmetall and Navistar to pursue Canadian defence project
Rheinmetall Canada and Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) have welcomed Navistar Defence Canada to their partnership, dubbed Team 45⁰ North (45⁰N), in pursuit of Canada’s Logistics Vehicle Modernisation (LVM) project.
Suhner Australia equips TAFE NSW with metal finishing stations
Suhner Australia has progressively rolled out its metal finishing stations to help TAFE NSW provide its students with access to quality professional tools as they learn to master metal finishing with a clear Industry involvement.
Deakin University to drive the future of car manufacturing
An advanced research centre for next generation vehicles will be established at Deakin University through a $13 million Next Generation Simulator project at Waurn Ponds.
Rio Tinto engages Pilbara manufacturers for iron ore railcars
Rio Tinto has committed to using local suppliers to build iron ore railcars for its Pilbara mining operations, with the initial purchase of 50 iron ore railcars.
Stryker launches new R&D facility through new partnership
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) has congratulated its industry partner Stryker, a global medical technology organisation, on establishing its first Australian R&D facility in Queensland, in partnership with the Queensland government.
Smart Enough Factory program digitises Victorian defence companies
A new $1.36 million Smart Enough Factory program will support Victorian defence industry companies to transform their operations by deploying digital technologies to drive value and productivity – spearheading their competitive advantage.