CRC for rail innovation awards rail innovation scholarships to attend the 10th world congress on railway research 2013on 28 October, 2013
Sydney plays proud host to the 10th World Congress on Railway Research 2013 over the 25th – 28th November 2013.
Traction engineering course open for enrolmentson 17 October, 2013
Traction Engineering, CRC research project P4.121, recently produced a curriculum to be offered as a Masters Degree at the University of Wollongong from March 2014.
CRC for Polymers extension officially launchedon 17 October, 2013
The CRC for Polymers (CRC-P) was recently launched.
Australian PMI manufacturing contraction eases in Auguston 03 September, 2013
The manufacturing sector contracted at a slower rate in August 2013 with some improvements in the production, employment and new orders sub-indexes.
Non-wetting fabric drains sweaton 22 May, 2013
Waterproof fabrics that whisk away sweat could be the latest application of microfluidic technology developed by bioengineers at the University of California, Davis.
AMCRC backs ground breaking biotechnologyon 14 March, 2013
The Board of the Advanced Manufacturing CRC holds its first meeting for 2013 in Townsville at James Cook University. It expects to extend projects with partners for the next stage of research in the groundbreaking area of biotechnology.
Innovativity – Melbourne dateson 26 February, 2013
Australia needs innovation. Industry needs Innovativity.
Real Innovators. Real tools. Real outcomes.
Wool research technology relocates to Curtin University’s Fashion Design Hubon 21 January, 2013
A revolutionary knitting machine, formerly used in the wool research program of the Department of Agriculture and Food, has been relocated to the new Fashion Design Hub at Curtin University.
Manufacturers in developing countries have competitive edgeon 03 October, 2012
Manufacturing plants in developing countries have more potential competitive advantages over their industrialized counterparts than just lower costs, a University of Melbourne study has found.