Fighting plastic waste in the Indo-Pacific
Amelia Fyfield is bringing researchers, businesses, government, industry and investors together to fight plastic waste in the Indo-Pacific.
An engineering internship to inspire the next generation
Final year university student Jasmin Bradshaw and Head of Design + Industry Newcastle, John Lancken, share why businesses must invest in the next generation.
Human-robot teamwork makes the dream work
Dr Hashini Senaratne is on a ‘mission’ to help humans and robots work smarter together.
Smart Bin Technology sorts recyclable bottles automatically
We've developed Smart Bin Technology with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Our bin can automatically separate glass, metal and plastic bottles for recycling.
Student to success story: Our Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program
Dr Ben Porebski is an Aussie making his mark on the scientific world thanks, in part, to his experience with our Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program.
Dr Xiaoqing Li: Taking the guess work out of sustainable textiles
Xiaoqing Li is researching new ways to trace the origins of fibres so people can buy sustainable textiles and trust where they've come from.
COVID-19 transforms international travel preparation
With international borders now open, many of us are eager to head overseas. But travel is now very different from pre-COVID, for both travellers and airlines.
Meet Deborah Lau: On a mission to end plastic waste
We meet Dr Deborah Lau who explains that ending plastic waste must start with us reimagining the future of plastic.
Pandemic pivot away from harsh chemicals with Wash Wild
With the demand for cleaning products taking off during the COVID-19, Wash Wild saw a gap in the market to develop natural cleaning products that were not as harsh as synthetic chemicals, but just as effective.
On a mission to end plastic waste
We’ve taken a pledge to reduce plastic. Our goal is an 80 per cent reduction in plastic waste entering the Australian environment by 2030.
Clean pandemic pivot: Norris Industries
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Australian dishwasher producers Norris Industries knew they needed to do something fresh and new.