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Global medical technology company Moderna has appointed Emma Harrington as the inaugural manufacturing site head for the company’s new mRNA vaccine manufacturing site in Australia.
The Victorian Government is introducing two hydrogen-powered buses across Melbourne's west in a significant step towards a greener public transport system.
The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation (IICA), the International Organization of Standardization (ISO), and the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association Limited (APPMA) have collaborated to hold Industrial Machinery Safety Forum seminars in Sydney and Melbourne this November.
Additive Assurance, a provider of in-process quality assurance for metal additive manufacturing (AM), has introduced its AMiRIS-LF (Large Format) system in an effort to improve production scale quality assurance for metal AM.
The Victorian Government is set to make the largest investment in Australian-made trams, a move that will create thousands of jobs and enhance accessibility within Melbourne's iconic tram network.
Carsales and ABF Group are bringing back the biggest national consumer electric vehicles show in September after a 15-year absence on the Melbourne auto calendar.
Architectural elements at Melbourne’s new tunnel stations all set with $45m local manufacturing investment
The project team for Melbourne’s world-class Metro Tunnel stations is finalising architectural elements for the five new stations inside a Footscray warehouse as part of a $45 million investment in local manufacturing, the Victorian government announced in a news release.
Melbourne-based SCORKL has launched its world-first, portable, electric SCUBA Air Compressor dubbed ‘SCORKL 2.0 – Electric’, which includes an all-new electric compressor and battery pack, allowing automatic refills of the brand's portable underwater breathing apparatus.
Wallbox, a Barcelona-based smart electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy management provider, has established its Australian and New Zealand headquarters in Melbourne in a push to promote the adoption of electric cars in the country.
A team of researchers led by RMIT University is paving the road across 10 Victorian sites with asphalt incorporated with recycled plastic from consumer and industrial waste.