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Volvo to unveil innovative keyless car technology in 2017

Volvo Cars has announced plans to become the world’s first car manufacturer to offer cars without keys from 2017, providing customers with entirely new...

Complementary Medicines Australia embraces country-of-origin labelling to drive industry growth

Australia’s complementary medicines industry stands to benefit greatly from a newly established partnership between Complementary Medicines Australia and the not-for-profit Australian Made campaign. Complementary Medicines...

Aussie scientists develop stretchable nano-devices for future manufacturing of “smart” contact lenses

Scientists from the University of Adelaide and RMIT have developed a new technology that could be the basis for making “smart” contact lenses in...

NASA, Start Trek and ASME launch engineering challenge to create real-life Star Trek replicator

The American Society for Mechanical Engineers Foundation (ASME) has teamed up with NASA and Star Trek to invite the next generation of astronauts to...

Quickstep to supply carbon fibre air intake system for Ford’s Falcon XR6

Advanced manufacturing company Quickstep Holdings has received full global signoff from Ford to manufacture an innovative air duct for the Ford Falcon XR6. The air...

CSIRO innovation helps confirm 100-year old Einstein theory

Astronomers from the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) in the USA have reported an astonishing scientific discovery that confirms Einstein’s theory from 100...

Make your own toys at home with Mattel’s ThingMaker 3D printer

Back in the 1960s, Mattel’s ThingMaker was a primitive maker device that allowed kids to make their own toys at home by pouring liquid...

Monash researchers develop new ways to study how ions move through nanosized channels

Researchers from the Monash Centre for Atomically Thin Materials (MCATM) at Monash University have developed a new, inexpensive and reliable method for studying the...

kinaroad deploys world’s first robotic shaping systems for surfboards in Australia

New Zealand-based kinaroad® has announced their first international deployment of a robotic technology used to shape surfboards. The robotic shaping system was deployed into a...

Aussie researchers on the verge of developing super-thin latex from native Australian grass

Researchers from the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) at the University of Queensland are exploring the use of fibres from the Australian...
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