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Report: 3D printers market size to reach USD 88.61b by 2032

The market for 3D printers will be worth approximately USD 88.61 billion by 2032 and will grow at a CAGR of 17.54 per cent between 2023 and 2032, according to a recent report by Precedence Research.

4 out of 5 Aussies consider buying local ‘important’— Roy Morgan

A new study from Australian market research company Roy Morgan has revealed that four out of five Australians (86%) believe that buying Australian-made products is important. 

RMIT researchers create hydrogen from seawater to foster green hydrogen economy

Scientists from RMIT University have developed what they claim is a cheaper and more energy-efficient way to make hydrogen directly from seawater in a push to boost the green hydrogen industry.

University of North Dakota researchers secure grant to study 3D-printed nuclear reactors

A research team from the University of Dakota has received federal funding of nearly $250,000 (AUD$359,000) to research new manufacturing methods for components used in nuclear reactors.

UniSQ secures $1.1 m in research funding from ARC

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has unveiled over $1.1 million in new funding for projects spearheaded at the University of Southern Queensland.

Electric shock awaits Victorians switching from gas

A new study comparing costs and emission profiles in switching from gas to electricity in Victorian homes and businesses dispels the myth that electric appliances are cheaper and lower emitting.
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ARENA grants funding for Calix’s zero-emissions steelmaking technology

Calix Limited has received a $947,035 grant from the ARENA to evaluate the feasibility of a low-emissions method for reducing iron.

CSIRO scientists play huge role in development of lifesaving technology

Media Release by CSIRO Scientists from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, have led a study to develop a machine learning tool which provides an early...

The corporate sustainability skills gap on the road to net zero

Media Release by Schneider Electric Over half (52%) of Australian business leaders believe that a sustainability skills shortage is holding back their organisation’s energy transition,...
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Victorian government invests in study for grain supply chain modernisation

The SouthWest Victoria Alliance is spearheading the Western Victoria Grain Industry Supply Chain Study, a project that will help modernize the grain supply chain...
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SAP S/4HANA’s role in sustainable manufacturing

For business leaders in the Australian manufacturing industry, digital transformation is not just a buzzword—it is a necessity to stay ahead and maintain a competitive edge in operational efficiency.