Archived News for Industry Professionals - October, 2013
The Australian Indigenous Education Fund (AIEF) will receive a $10 million donation from mining giant BHP Billiton, which has given millions before and intends to continue doing so.
Anthony Albanese has been named as the new Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, and has pledged to take the Government to task on how it will achieve the roads and infrastructure solutions it has promised.
NuCoal Resources is suing the New South Wales Government and former mining minister Ian Macdonald, after a recent finding of “corrupt conduct” in exploration approvals.
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman plans for his state to be the export point for hundreds of millions of tonnes of resources per year, by way of developments at five of its existing ports.
Plasma can be used to control the flow of fluids, and with recent advances it may now be employed to reduce drag and improve aerodynamic efficiencies for vehicles of all kinds.
Global technology giant Apple Inc has gained clearance to start work on its new mothership – a shimmering disc-shaped building to house the company’s design, research and development sections.
There is no doubt of the life-saving response paramedics provide in a emergency, but a new report says ambulance workers may be able to prevent future incidences as well.
A team in the United Sates has identified the genes responsible for increasing the oil content of plant leaves, in a discovery which could lead to great advances in the fields of agriculture and biofuel production.
The notion that all good days start with a good breakfast remains as true as ever, but unfortunately many schools are having to step in to kick-start their students' day.
Reports have emerged praising the streamlining and cost-cutting possibilities of cloud computing facilities for government sectors, with results in Britain showing the public sector can reach efficiency goals through better software.