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Two new RMIT labs to boost research in manufacturing, high-performance advanced materials and fabrication

The Rapid Discovery and Fabrication Laboratory and the Advanced Porous Materials Laboratory are the two new research facilities at RMIT University’s Melbourne City campus...

New Institute for Advanced Engineering and Space Sciences opens at USQ

Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews officially opened a new research facility at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). Designed to further advanced Australia's...

Archer Exploration, University of Adelaide develop new graphene-based printable inks

Archer Exploration Limited, in collaboration with The University of Adelaide, has developed graphene-based conductive inks. Derived from Archer's Campoona graphite deposit, the inks produced were used...

MIT engineers designed new 3D printer that is 10 times faster than existing commercial...

MIT researches have develop a new desktop 3D printer that they claim to be up to 10 times faster than other commercial printers available...

Boeing & CSIRO announce new multimillion research program

CSIRO has entered into a $35 million research agreement with Boeing to work on a broad range of areas of mutual interest including space...

CSIRO: Australian manufacturing must turn to technological innovation to survive

The CSIRO has released a new blueprint which outlines how Australian manufacturers can survive and prosper in an uncertain future. Written in collaboration with industry,...

New Manufacturing Technologies Centre opens in Adelaide

The South Australian Government has opened a new Manufacturing Technologies Centre in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, providing businesses with access to the state’s best researchers,...

New Director sets ambitious goals for USQ’s Centre for Future Materials

Professor Peter Schubel, the newly appointed Director of the University of Southern Queensland’s (USQ) Centre for Future Materials (CFM), foresees a bright future for...

Talga announces graphene partnership with German battery group

Advanced materials company Talga Resources has partnered with German-based technology company JenaBatteries to jointly explore use of Talga’s graphene products in flow batteries. Under the...

National Manufacturing Week 2016 opens in Sydney

National Manufacturing Week (NMW), Australia’s largest showcase of manufacturing innovation, information & inspiration, opened yesterday in Sydney, bringing industry together to see, touch and...
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