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Corvus Technology advances Redback project with South Korean HQ

Corvus Technology Solutions, an Australian high-tech defence company, has recently inaugurated a new office in Gyeonggi-do, near Seoul, South Korea.

South Korea’s Hanwha wins $7B Australian Defence contract for IFV manufacturing

Hanwha Defense Australia has secured a $7 billion contract to deliver and support 129 locally built Redback infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) for the Australian Army. 

South Korean steel, French energy firms partner for Pilbara hydrogen study

POSCO, a South Korean steel manufacturing company, and ENGIE, a French energy provider, have jointly embarked on a pre-feasibility study for a substantial renewable hydrogen project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Proposed green ammonia plant to unlock local manufacturing opportunities in WA

The Cook Government has initiated an exclusive negotiation period with a major South Korean renewable energy group to build Western Australia's first green ammonia plant near Geraldton – an initiative that  Energy Minister Bill Johnston said would enable significant local manufacturing and jobs in the region.

Australia selects Hanwha for $7b infantry vehicle manufacturing contract

South Korean company Hanwha has secured an up to $7 billion contract with the Australian Government for the manufacturing of 129 new infantry fighting vehicles. 

NOVONIX, LG Energy Solution ink JDA to develop battery anode material

Battery materials and technology company NOVONIX has signed a joint research and development agreement (JDA) with global manufacturer LG Energy Solution for the development of artificial graphite anode material for lithium-ion batteries. 

Loop Industries to supply sportswear brand On with sustainable PET resin

Canadian clean technology company Loop Industries has secured a potential order from sportswear brand On AG for volumes of 100 per cent recycled virgin quality Loop PET resin. 

Australia paves the way for bioprinting with University of Sydney breakthrough

It is becoming more apparent that researchers are pushing the boundaries of medical science as additional knowledge about the nation's efforts in bioprinting continues to surface. Australia's biotechnology sector has prospered for years as trailblazing researchers advance their discoveries.

Manison arrives in Seoul to reinforce critical mineral ties for the NT

The Northern Territory’s Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison has arrived in Seoul, South Korea to engage in direct meetings with potential investors to re-establish strong relationships focusing on the critical minerals and renewable technologies sectors

Northern Territory eyes stronger critical mineral ties with Japan, S. Korea

The Northern Territory’s Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison is set to visit Japan and South Korea to strengthen international ties and promote foreign investments in the state’s critical minerals and energy sectors. 
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