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Government awards three Aussie businesses with $2M in sovereign manufacturing grants

To reinforce sovereign manufacturing goals, the Morrison Government has awarded three small Australian manufacturing businesses more than $2 million in support under the latest...

Versatile new pressure transmitters will be industry’s ‘everyday essentials’

Media Release A new range of pressure transmitters designed to meet key requirements in most manufacturing and production industries has been launched by ABB. The...

RMIT, Siemens and Festo partner to create a new Industrial Digital Innovation Hub

RMIT, Siemens and Festo have signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore major areas of cooperation to help drive workforce transformation for...

CQMS Razer opens Maryborough doors to say thank you

Media Release CQMS Razer has welcomed families, customers and the local business community to celebrate its 40th anniversary with an open day at their foundry...

Groundprobe wins the 2019 Institution of Engineering technology innovation award for technology transfer

Media Release GroundProbe is celebrating yet again after taking out the Technology Transfer Award at the 2019 Institution of Engineering Technology (IET) Innovation Awards in...

Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre announces new Board Member

Media Release The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Palmer to its Board of Directors. Richard brings a...

SPC Operations to increase permanent workforce

Media Release SPC Operations announced today it will increase its permanent workforce upwards of 35-40 people by offering full-time engineering and services positions following a...

University of Sydney joins Airbus Global University Partner Programme

The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies has become the only Aussie university to be part of the renowned Airbus Global...

Promoting Victoria’s manufacturing expertise in China and the US

Victorian Minister for Industry and Employment, Ben Carroll will embark on a ten-day trip across China and the US to showcase the state's world-class manufacturing and R&D...

Stanford researchers develop vine-like robot that can grow on demand

Researchers from Stanford University have developed a new type of robot that can cover distance by growing, just like vines, fungi and nerve cells. The...
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