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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. 

Quickstep inks deal with TB2 for UAV development work

Aerospace composite manufacturer Quickstep has signed a contract with unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) developer TB2 to provide engineering and structural integration services for the incorporation of the TB2 Pod Interface system into customer aircraft. 

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. 

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.

BAE Systems enlists as part of Advanced Fibre Cluster

BAE Systems Australia has joined the Advanced Fibre Cluster, a coalition of companies that seek to advance the innovation of advanced fibre and composite technologies in Australia. 

Victoria showcases future of aviation at Avalon 2023

Victoria has unveiled its advanced aviation technologies at the Australian International Airshow, exhibiting the latest electric aircraft, aerial taxis, and cargo drones developed by the government’s Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) hub. 

Carbon Fibre Futures Conference calls for abstract submissions from industry

Carbon Nexus, Deakin University’s cutting-edge research facility, has released a call for abstracts for the upcoming Carbon Fibre Futures Conference 2023. 

New silicon extraction process to divert old solar panels from landfill

Scientists from Deakin University have successfully extracted silicon from end-of-life solar panels and converted it into a nanomaterial that can be used in the development of a new type of battery anode. 

Recharge Industries, Deakin University to forge AI’s role in creating better batteries

Recharge Industries has ventured into a partnership with Deakin University’s Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute to leverage AI in making better batteries. 

CEFC targets biggest emissions abatement in largest wind farm investment

The CEFC has announced a market-leading wind investment, with its single largest investment in a wind project – which is also targeting its single largest emissions abatement.  

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Sydney to spotlight the latest in manufacturing at AMW 2024

With the Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW) 2024 fast approaching, Sydney is set to become the epicentre of groundbreaking innovations in the advanced manufacturing sector.