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Victorian universities forge partnerships to drive research commercialisation and manufacturing

The Victorian Government has unveiled a series of co-investment partnerships with five leading Victorian universities in a significant move to bolster research commercialisation and manufacturing capabilities within the state.

Quickstep collaborative project to reduce composite production cost

Aerospace composite manufacturer Quickstep has collaborated with the Sovereign Manufacturing Automation for Composites CRC (SoMAC CRC) and Deakin University’s Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation to help address the high cost of large-scale composite production. 

New ARC Research Hub to deliver sustainable fibre materials to Australian market

The Australian Research Council has officially opened the new ARC Research Hub for Functional and Sustainable Fibres which will boost productivity and competitiveness in the advanced manufacturing industry. 

IFM-led fashion fibre project among $1.5M Climate Fund recipients

A project led by Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) is among the first recipients of a $1.5 million Climate Fund grant from Australian lifestyle brand Country Road. 

ManuFutures 2 scales Geelong’s advanced manufacturing capabilities

Deakin University’s Waurn Ponds campus is now home to Manufutures 2, a hub that seeks to strengthen the advanced manufacturing capabilities of Geelong, Victoria, driving the creation of more jobs in the region. 

Deakin’s IISRI to lead research work for SmartSat’s autonomous spacecraft project

The Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation at Deakin University is among the eight organisations that will work together on SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre’s Spacecraft Autonomy and Onboard AI for Next Generation Space Systems (SCARLET-a) project. 

SmartSat launches collaborative effort to create AI-enabled autonomous spacecraft

SmartSat is spearheading a three-year, $7 million collaborative project to manufacture new artificial intelligence-enabled autonomous spacecraft.

Scientists develop computer chip that mimics human vision, memory abilities

Researchers at RMIT University have developed a tiny device that mimics the human brain's ability to see and remember things, which they describe as a “promising step” towards having applications that can make rapid, complex decisions such as in self-driving cars.

Japanese giant Nissui invests in Australian land-based seaweed startup

Japanese seafood behemoth Nissui Corporation is investing in Australian land-based seaweed startup, Immersion Group to speed up the production of the local red seaweed Asparagopsis.

Deakin collabs with PACCAR Australia to launch hydrogen truck research

Deakin University’s hydrogen program Hycel has partnered with PACCAR Australia in research that would develop zero-emissions solutions for the domestic heavy haulage market using the hydrogen prime mover in Australia. 
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