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Australia’s first hydrogen-powered aircraft to fly in 2024

iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) has teamed up with Stralis Aircraft and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in a research project that will launch Australia’s first hydrogen-powered aircraft in 2024. 

Australia’s first lunar testbed to open in early 2024

Australia’s first lunar testbed is expected to be completed this year, according to an announcement from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). 

Monash hosts new ARC Hub for 2D materials manufacturing

Monash University has officially opened a new research hub that will facilitate research and commercialisation of 2D materials like graphene with a vast range of applications including in water treatment and manufacturing of batteries, coatings, paints, and sensors. 

University of Sydney opens new robotics hub to automate hazardous work

The University of Sydney has officially launched the Australian Robotic Inspection and Asset Management Hub (ARIAM), a facility that researchers claim would help transform the way important assets are handled. 

Sparc Technologies, QUT achieve major milestone in sodium-ion battery materials project

ASX-listed company Sparc Technologies and Queensland University of Technology have reached a significant milestone in their collaborative project that targets sustainably sourced hard carbon anode material for sodium-ion batteries (SIBs). 

First Graphene, partners secure CRC-P grant for graphene-enhanced solar cell research

Graphitic materials supplier First Graphene said its collaborative project with Halocell Energy and the Queensland University of Technology to commercialise perovskite solar cell fabrication has received a Cooperative Research Centres Project (CRC-P) grant worth $2 million. 

$65 million unveiled to back new ARC training centres, research hubs

Eight new Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Training Centres and five new ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs are sharing more than $64.8 million in funding to train Australia’s next generation of research professionals and support projects aimed at generating real-world outcomes. 

Global accelerator returns to Brisbane to support food manufacturers

The Future Food global accelerator, run by the Brisbane Economic Development Agency (BEDA), has returned this year to aid ten local food and beverage manufacturers in scaling and exporting to new markets.

New research partnership to boost Aussie food and beverage manufacturing industry

Assistant Minister for Education Anthony Chisholm has unveiled a new research collaboration that aims to double the value of Australia’s food and beverage manufacturing sector by 2030. 

RIIS Research Hub opens at UNSW Sydney

The new ARC Research Hub for Resilient and Intelligent Infrastructure Systems (RIIS) has opened at UNSW Sydney, intending to improve infrastructure systems in the urban, energy, and resources sectors.
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