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Thanks to CSIRO’s hydrogen breakthrough, Australia may become a renewable energy superpower

Scientists have spent years working on the production of ultra-high purity hydrogen that can be transported safely and used as an energy source on...

Australia has potential to spearhead global lithium-ion battery recycling revolution – CSIRO report finds

A recent report by CSIRO, titled 'Lithium battery recycling in Australia', reveals that only a mere 2% of lithium-ion batteries in Australia are recycled,...

UNSW Sydney and Flame Security International tasked to develop eco-friendly, non-toxic and durable flame...

Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have been awarded a $3 million grant from the Cooperative Research Centres-Projects (CRC-P) Program to...

CSIRO opens new $100m state-of-the-art research facility near Canberra

CSIRO has officially opened its new $100 million research facility near Canberra that will be focused on finding solutions for some of Australia’s biggest...

Australia’s first 3D bioprinter installed at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Federal minister Greg Hunt officially launched Australia’s first ever 3D bioprinter at the Murdoch Children’s  Research Institute (MCRI) last week. The 3D bioprinter was provided...

Northrop Grumman inks deal to buy aerospace manufacturer Orbital ATK for $9.2bn

Northrop Grumman has announced that it has reached an agreement to buy global leader in aerospace and defence technologies Orbital ATK Inc. for $9.2...

BOC and CSIRO ink agreement for ground-breaking $3.4m hydrogen project

BOC has announced that it has signed an agreement with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to collaborate on a ground-breaking $3.4...

Bosch’s new “Perfectly Keyless” app set to replace car keys

Bosch has unveiled a new app that can turn your smartphone into your car key, and it’s called “Perfectly Keyless”. Designed by Bosch Automotive Electronics...

Seeley International to invest $20m in a new state-of-the-art manufacturing hub

Australia’s largest air conditioning manufacturer Seeley International has announced a $20 million investment to relocate its existing Albury manufacturing plant to a larger purpose-built...

Queensland SMEs work with Boeing Defence Australia on world-first technology

Eight Queensland small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been engaged to provide systems engineering support, and to develop and manufacture hardware for Boeing Defence Australia’s hi-tech...
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