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Chameleons inspire eco-friendly multicolour 3D printing tech

Researchers at the Beckman Institute have unveiled a technique capable of producing and altering structural colours across the visible wavelength spectrum, ranging from deep blue to vibrant orange.

Alpha HPA on track to advance synthetic sapphire manufacturing in Australia

Alpha HPA Limited announced significant progress in the development of its Alpha Sapphire project, aimed at manufacturing and commercialising synthetic sapphire growth technology in Australia.

UNSW engineers achieve quantum milestone with four control methods in single atom

Quantum computing engineers at UNSW Sydney have demonstrated the ability to encode quantum information in four distinct ways within a single atom, all housed within a silicon chip.

BluGlass, Applied Energetics collaborate on next-gen photonics solutions

ASX-listed BluGlass Limited, a global semiconductor developer, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Applied Energetics, a leader in advanced defence and dual-use photonics.

RMIT scientists harness nanodiamonds to develop next-gen smart fabrics

Scientists at RMIT University are employing nanodiamonds to develop intelligent fabrics capable of accelerating the cooling process for individuals.

Australia injects additional $399M into MQ-28A Ghost Bat development project

Over 350 new highly skilled jobs are expected to be created in Australia’s defence industry following the recent allocation of $399 million in federal funding for the MQ-28A Ghost Bat development. 

Fiona Pak-Poy named director of to Silicon Quantum Computing Board

The Australian Government announced the appointment of Fiona Pak-Poy as its Shareholder Nominee Director of the Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC) Board.

BAE, TAS develop next-gen autonomous system for Australian Army

BAE Systems Australia and Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS) have developed the TAGVIEW (Trusted Autonomous Ground Vehicles in Electronic Warfare) system, marking progress in providing the Australian Army with cutting-edge autonomous capabilities.

The importance of material selection in micro moulding applications

In the precision-demanding realm of micromoulding, the selection of appropriate materials is not merely a step in the manufacturing process, it’s the cornerstone upon which the performance and reliability of the final product rest.

SmartSat invests $2.3M in autonomous satellite technologies for in-orbit servicing

SmartSat, a leading player in Australia's space technology sector, announced a $2.3 million investment towards pioneering research aimed at bolstering the nation's capabilities in In-orbit Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing (ISAM).
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The Intelligent Manufacturing Forum: Automation pathways for Australian manufacturers

The Australian manufacturing sector is navigating increasingly rapid changes in industry dynamics as more technological advancements are adopted worldwide.