Thursday 18th Aug, 2022
Trials have found potential for industrial hemp in South Australian as an irrigated summer crop under the state's often challenging weather conditions.

Could SA begin growing industrial hemp?

Trials have found potential for industrial hemp in South Australian as an irrigated summer crop under the state’s often challenging…
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Data61, the data and digital specialist branch of CSIRO, has launched a digital twin laboratory in Melbourne.

CSIRO’s Data61 launches digital twin lab

Data61, the data and digital specialist branch of CSIRO, has launched a digital twin laboratory in Melbourne. The Mixed Reality…
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Inland Rail study extended

A national study on the effectiveness of the Inland rail project has been expanded to examine the southern corridor between…
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Adani Australia has received a go ahead from Minister for the Environment Melissa Price for the groundwater management plans at its Carmichael coal mine and rail infrastructure project in the Galilee Basin, Queensland.

Adani approved for construction on Carmichael mine

Queensland’s Department of Environment and Science (DES) has approved Adani’s groundwater management plan (GDEMP) for its Carmichael mine in the…
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lithium processing

Australia establishes $53M national battery research hub

The Australian Government is providing a $25 million grant to an industry-led battery research centre in Perth, Western Australia, to…
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Adani Australia has received a go ahead from Minister for the Environment Melissa Price for the groundwater management plans at its Carmichael coal mine and rail infrastructure project in the Galilee Basin, Queensland.

Adani gains environmental approval for Carmichael coal mine

Adani Australia has received a go ahead from Minister for the Environment Melissa Price for the groundwater management plans at…
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Dr James Hunt

Winter wheats could boost Aus economy by $1.8B

New research could lead to a significant increase in Australia’s wheat crop yield, potentially adding around $1.8 billion to the…
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New production process for fertiliser phosphate from low value ores

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has developed a smelting process to produce soluble phosphate for fertiliser from low value ores,…
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Digital Agriculture Services (DAS) CEO Anthony Willmott

CSIRO launches AI platform to future-proof farms

Artificial intelligence, machine learning and cloud-based geospatial technology is set to deliver farmers reliable data and analytics, thanks to a…
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