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QUT research team develops 3D-printed insoles that could stop diabetes-related amputations

Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Centre for Biomedical Technologies have been awarded an $810,000 Medical Research Future Fund Primary Health Care Digital Innovations Grant to 3D-print low-cost, personalised, pressure off-loading insoles. 

Grant program announced for North Queensland manufacturers

The Queensland government, in conjunction with James Cook University (JCU), has launched a $250,000 program to help manufacturers in North Queensland save time and money while developing new products.

Territory manufacturer to displace imported insulated panel materials with $2.4 million commercialisation project

Developed by Darwin-based Arctic Installations, the Territory’s only manufacturer and installer of Insulated Panel solutions, the new cyclonic design has the potential to displace products imported from Asian markets and interstate suppliers.

$50m investment to help secure critical mineral supply chains in WA

The Government will invest $50 million in a new business and research partnership with Curtin University which will focus on the critical mineral supply chain and result...

New study identifies aquaculture as Northern Australia’s boom industry

A new study funded by the CRC for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) has found that Northern Australia’s aquaculture industry has the potential to generate...

Qld engineering firm makes ‘green’ concrete using recycled plastic waste

Queensland engineering firm Fibercon has reached a big environmental milestone, having recycled over 50 tons of plastic waste using a new, revolutionary method for...

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