- Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC)
- Asia Pacific
- Australian Federal Government
- Australian Made
- Australian manufacturers
- Australian manufacturing
- Australian Space Agency
- Commercialisation Fund
- Curtin University
- GFG Alliance
- global supply chains
- Lot Fourteen
- monash university
- Moon to Mars
- Mouser Electronics
- new manufacturing facility
- NSW government
- Queensland Government
- South Australia
- space manufacturing
- steel manufacturing
- Swinburne University of Technology
- University of Adelaide
- Western Australia
- wireless technology
Modelling tool developed to predict polymer properties
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Stanford University and Ghent University (UGent) has developed a powerful mathematical modelling tool that can predict the properties of polymer networks before they are even created.
ANSTO to further bolster neutron science and technology in MoU
ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation) has renewed its MoU with the Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC) to bolster cooperation in neutron science and technology.
Victorian project to create affordable supply chain for medtech
A new $9.15 million MedTechVic project at Swinburne University of Technology will push the boundaries of the medical technology sector by enveloping the needs of users and carers in the product design process.
Microsoft explores machine learning in space with AIML
Microsoft has signed a MoU with the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) to explore how advanced cloud computing, AI, computer vision and machine learning can be used in space.
New DSTG computer device enhances security and productivity
Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) scientists have collaborated with the CSIRO and partners in academia to develop a computer device that enhances security and productivity, the Cross Domain Desktop Compositor (CDDC).
Rheinmetall’s electric coolant pumps applied to hybrid vehicles
An international automaker has awarded the Rheinmetall technology group an important order for CWA400 coolant pumps for luxury hybrid vehicles, marking the extension of an existing contract.
New research finds more Australians view manufacturing as important
More than 70 per cent of Australians consider manufacturing as very important to the Australian economy, a survey has revealed. The latest research, Perceptions of Australian Manufacturing, conducted by the Federal Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC), surveyed a cross-section of Australians living in metropolitan and regional areas. While most Australians believed that manufacturing was … Continue reading New research finds more Australians view manufacturing as important
How to control heat in hypersonic aircraft with scalable catalysts
Ultra-efficient 3D printed catalysts developed by RMIT researchers could help solve the challenge of overheating in hypersonic aircraft, also offering a revolutionary solution to thermal management across countless industries.
Smart cricket ball is developed for visually impaired players
At a time when sport has been curtailed and operated in restricted environments, innovators in the cricketing domain are developing a new and improved cricket ball for blind and visually impaired players.
Unleash live raises $8 million to scale AI apps for enterprise analytics
Unleash live, one of the world’s leading AI video analytics platforms, has announced an $8 million Series A funding round led by SafetyCulture.
Renascor and POSCO MoU gives major boost to battery manufacturing
Renascor Resources have signed a Mou with the world’s largest lithium-ion battery materials supplier, POSCO, to build a manufacturing facility for a Siviour Mine and Concentrator at Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, and battery anode material.
Local WA manufacturer trials smart hand sanitiser units
Touchless, locally manufactured hand sanitiser units, SOLSAN Units, are being rolled out across Perth and surrounding regions in Western Australia as part of a six-month trial.
$47.1 million to grow manufacturing research
Twenty-two successful projects under round 11 of the Cooperative Research Centre Projects (CRC-P) initiative will deliver a range of technologies and create job opportunities in key manufacturing sectors, including in regional Australia. These projects will benefit from $47.1 million in funding and leverage a further $86 million of cash and in-kind contributions from 95 project partners. The projects are … Continue reading $47.1 million to grow manufacturing research
Digi-Key Electronics announces new partnership with Red Pitaya
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world’s largest selection of in-stock and ready-to-ship electronic components, has announced that it has secured a global distribution partnership with Red Pitaya to offer their @HOME kit, created specifically for professors and students working remotely or at home.
Navi creates device to deliver lifesaving care to newborns
Melbourne start-up, Navi Medical Technologies, will receive $50,000 under Victoria’s Technology Adoption and Innovation Program to develop a world-first medical device enabling potentially lifesaving care for critically ill newborns.
Collaboration will build moon rover with robotic arm for 2023 mission
Explor Space Technologies, an Australian company which develops healthcare solutions for human space exploration, has signed an MoU with ispace and Stardust Technologies to build a moon rover with a multipurpose robotics arm.
SensFit Technologies develops smart shoe sensors
SensFit Technologies, a Swinburne-led start-up company, has developed a smart shoe with inbuilt sensors which could facilitate early detection of dementia, diabetic ulcers and other physical activity issues.
Microscopy facility launched at UWA to aid critical medical research
A new microscopy facility has been launched at the University of Western Australia (UWA), the first of its kind in the state, which will lead to a better understanding and treatment of illnesses and diseases.
Nikola announces agreement with Bosch for fuel-cell manufacturing
Nikola Corporation, a heavy-duty commercial battery-electric vehicle (BEV) and fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) manufacturer, has announced agreements with Bosch Group to build Bosch’s fuel-cell power modules at its facility in Arizona in the US.
UQ is improving superconducting quantum devices with new technique
Physicists and engineers at the University of Queensland (UQ) have found a way to identify and address imperfections in materials for superconducting circuits on silicon chips – one of the most promising technologies in commercial quantum computing.