Western Sydney Uni research team gets grant to develop world first event-based underwater sensing technology
Western Sydney University researchers have been awarded a ‘Global-X’ research grant worth US$45,944 from the United States Office of Naval Research Global to lead an exciting new project utilising world-first event-based underwater sensing technology. Lead researchers, Dr Moritz Milde, and Associate Professor Gregory Cohen from the University’s International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems (ICNS), have successfully developed event-based sensing … Continue reading Western Sydney Uni research team gets grant to develop world first event-based underwater sensing technology
The CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, has entered into discussions with the NSW Government to relocate up to 450 of its employees and researchers into a state-of-the-art facility in the heart of the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis, from 2026. Under the proposed move, a bespoke carbon-neutral CSIRO facility of up to 18,000 m2 would be … Continue reading CSIRO sets sights on aerotropolis as new Sydney research hub
The NSW government has signalled that it will accelerate research and development (R&D) investment, following the first meeting of a new state R&D advisory council. The advisory council, which is to provide insights and advice to the NSW government, met for the first time this week to discuss a range of areas where R&D has … Continue reading NSW R&D advisory council meets for the first time
Eight finalists have been announced for the the 2019 Western Australian Innovator of the Year program, which helps small to medium enterprises to develop their businesses and expand to create WA jobs. The program started in 2006 under the Carpenter Labor Government to showcase innovative and entrepreneurial individuals and businesses at the emerging or growth … Continue reading Finalists announced for WA Innovator of the Year
Scienceworks has welcomed one of the most important pieces of Australian innovation, CSIRAC (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Automatic Computer) to its ground-breaking Think Ahead exhibition in Melbourne’s inner-west. Acting General Manager of Scienceworks, Jonathan Shearer said that Scienceworks, Australia’s leading science and technology museum, is the perfect new residence for the iconic computer. … Continue reading Australia’s first computer finds new home at Scienceworks
Lapp, a provider of branded cable and connector systems and integrated electrical and automation engineering solutions, has established a fully-fledged subsidiary in Australia. Lapp Australia’s new 3100sqm headquarter at Eastern Creek in western Sydney opened on February 1. From this facility, the company will meet demand for technologies used in future-focussed areas of the food … Continue reading Cable systems and automation provider launches locally
Researchers have found that the topological material trisodium bismuthide (Na3Bi) can be manufactured to be as ‘electronically smooth’ as the highest-quality graphene-based alternative, while maintaining graphene’s high electron mobility. Na3Bi is a Topological Dirac Semimetal (TDS), considered a 3D equivalent of graphene in that it shows the same extraordinarily high electron mobility. In graphene, as … Continue reading Electronically smooth 3D graphene
SolarReserve, a developer of large-scale solar power projects and solar thermal technology, has opened two new offices in South Australia – its Australian headquarters in Adelaide and a field office in Port Augusta. With Australia identified as a priority market for the global organisation, SolarReserve’s Adelaide team will focus on delivering the Aurora Solar Energy … Continue reading SolarReserve opens Oz headquarters in SA
Having reliable equipment in automated plant is key to making sure that everything runs smoothly when the production process is in progress. Poorly performing equipment can have a knock-on effect that can lead to failure in other parts of the plant. This is why when choosing equipment to run and monitor plant it is advisable … Continue reading Panel PCs powered by 6th gen iCore processors
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s 2015 National Innovation and Science Agenda was a call to arms for Australia’s research and industry sectors to collaborate and drive our economy. One and a half years on, you’d be excused for thinking a few pages of notes were missing from Budget 2017. Specifically no comment was made about the … Continue reading Budget 2017: a glimmer of support for innovation and advanced manufacturing
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