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Failure not an option in pharma

Reliability under harsh conditions is an important feature of flowmeters. PACE explains why. For obvious reasons, product safety is a crucial factor in the pharmaceutical industry, especially relating to the manufacture of infusion solutions, such as production of pure water, filling systems for infusion bags and exact measurements for CIP media. Accuracy was a matter … Continue reading Failure not an option in pharma

Nominations open for Prime Minister’s Science Prizes

Nominations are now open for this year’s Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science, which recognises Australia’s top scientists, innovators and science teachers. Nominations close on 12 March, with $750,000 in prize money to be distributed across seven categories. The main prizes for Science and Innovation are each worth $250,000. Five other prizes of $50,000 each recognise … Continue reading Nominations open for Prime Minister’s Science Prizes

AMGC announces series of industry events for 2019

The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is to carry out a series of events in 2019 aimed at building greater resilience to changes within the Australian manufacturing industry. According to the AMGC, the events are designed to bring together people, organisations and businesses operating within the Australian manufacturing industry who may not otherwise collaborate, including … Continue reading AMGC announces series of industry events for 2019

Western Australia to host space technologies symposium

Western Australia is to host a major space technologies symposium that will bring together internationally recognised academic, industry and defence leaders to explore and shape the long-term vision for space technologies. Four universities – Edith Cowan University, Curtin University, Murdoch University and the University of Western Australia – will co-host the Emerging and Disruptive Technology … Continue reading Western Australia to host space technologies symposium

New solar farm powers up in Queensland

The $175 million Susan River Solar Farm on Queensland’s Fraser Coast officially opened this week, adding a further 95MW of solar power to the state’s energy supply. Queensland’s assistant minister for treasury Glenn Butcher represented the state government at an on-site ceremony near Maryborough today, after the North Queensland floods saw the premier and all … Continue reading New solar farm powers up in Queensland