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UNSW research centre to aid development of cost-effective hydrogen technologies

The $4.9 million funding that UNSW Sydney received from the Australian Research Council will go into research for the development of hydrogen technologies and...

Steel Research Hub wins $28M funding boost

The University of Wollongong's Steel Research Hub has received additional funding worth $28M from the Federal Government, industry partners and other universities to boost...

Funding boost for next-gen fire-retardant building materials

Media Release The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has been awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) funding to develop fire-retardant thermal insulation foams for safer buildings. It...

Two new research centers to open at Monash University

Monash University is looking to transform Australia’s health sector and drive the innovation of green chemistry in Australian manufacturing with two new dedicated research...

New Centre of Excellence to boost Australia’s biomanufacturing sector

The Federal Government is providing $35 million to support the development of an Australian biomanufacturing sector that will use biological systems to produce commercial...

New metal fabrication facility launched at Deakin

Deakin University has launched a next-gen metal fabrication facility at its Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM). Dedicated to advanced metal development and 3D roll forming,...

New advanced manufacturing research hub set to transform Australia’s multibillion medical tech sector

A new research hub for the advanced manufacturing of medical devices opened in Brisbane last Friday. Located at Cook Medical Australia's premises in Brisbane Technology...

New ARC research hub to tackle key competitive challenges confronting Australia’s industries

A new Research Hub for Computational Particle Technology (CPT) has been launched at Monash University on Monday. Jointly funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC)...

QUT-led project to fast-track deployment of automated vehicles

A QUT-led project has received a $403,052 grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC) to accelerate the safe and successful deployment of automated vehicles...

Making a case for Sydney’s Carrington Road precinct

A new report uses the Carrington Road precinct as a case study to argue that Sydney needs to preserve industrial land to support and...
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