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Titomic secures $2.325m MMI grant to create space vehicle manufacturing capability

3D-printing specialist Titomic has been awarded a $2.325 million Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI) grant to develop space vehicle manufacturing capability for the Australian space...

Swinburne’s Professor Bronwyn Fox appointed CSIRO Chief Scientist

Media Release Swinburne University of Technology is pleased to announce that its Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Enterprise Professor Bronwyn Fox, will become CSIRO's next Chief...

Swinburne launches new space institute

The Swinburne University of Technology has launched a new Space Technology and Industry Institute that will bring together cutting-edge capabilities in astrophysics, aerospace, aviation,...

Scientists join forces in search for dark matter at new Centre

Media Release Researchers from some of Australia’s top universities will come together to begin their seven-year journey to discover dark matter at the new ARC...

The Impacts of Digital Technologies on Supply Chain Sustainability

Supply chain management is strategic for sustainable development, which refers not only to environmental benefits, but also economic and operational advantage. It has been suggested that a firm cannot claim to be sustainable unless its supply chain operations are also sustainable.

Siemens releases Final Agenda and Speaker List for is annual digitalisation conference

More than 40 external speakers, 11 global and local Siemens speakers, four sponsors, 11 external and 11 internal exhibitors and 13 partner industry organisations...

Nine groundbreaking projects awarded $8m in grants

Nine projects featuring universities and businesses from five states will share in $8 million under the second round of the Federal Government’s Global Innovation...

Footpath made with recycled plastic and glass paves way for circular economy

A two-hundred-metre long concrete footpath made with 199,000 recycled glass and plastic bottles has recently been laid in Hoppers Crossing, Melbourne, as part of...

Swinburne to participate in national Industry 4.0 Testlabs pilot program

Swinburne University of Technology has been selected to participate in a new national pilot program designed to prepare businesses for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The national...

New DMTC, Penguin Composites partnership to explore advanced defence manufacturing

Tasmanian fibreglass manufacturer Penguin Composites has teamed up with the Defence Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) to explore hybrid composite materials in defence manufacturing. The move...
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