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ACMA vs Optus: 5 Tech Things to Know in Australia Today

ACMA vs Optus: 5 Tech Things to Know in Australia Today

Good morning. We’ve done it, we’re at the end of the week. Let’s get into the tech news. 1. ACMA tells all on Optus The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has revealed the flaw in Optus systems that lead to the 2022 cyber breach should have been known to the company four years before...

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South Australia’s Tech Colleges of Future Built in Mass Timber

South Australia’s Tech Colleges of Future Built in Mass Timber

South Australia is backing mass timber to build the next generation of education facilities, with the state government constructing two new technical colleges—one at Mount Gambier and the other at Tonsley —out of cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glue-laminated timber (or glulam), all certified under the PEFC and Responsible Wood certification schemes. Part of a $208m commitment...

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Josh Griggs appointed CEO of the Australian Computer Society

Josh Griggs appointed CEO of the Australian Computer Society

Josh Griggs has been appointed as the permanent Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Australian Computer Society (ACS), following a six-month tenure in an interim capacity. His appointment is set to take effect from 1 July. This decision comes after the retirement of the organisation’s previous CEO, Chris Vein. Helen McHugh, President of the ACS,...

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Australia quietly expelled Indian spies who targeted politicians and defence tech

Australia quietly expelled Indian spies who targeted politicians and defence tech

For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails Australia quietly expelled four Indian spies for intelligence activities targeting defence technology, politicians and airport security protocols, according to an investigation by public broadcaster ABC. Australian officials were...

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Australian solar panel recycling tech showcased in Spain – Australian Manufacturing

Australian solar panel recycling tech showcased in Spain – Australian Manufacturing

Image credit: pxl/stock.adobe.com RMIT University is leading an international consortium focused on advancing the reuse and recycling of solar panels, addressing a looming environmental challenge. By 2035, over 100,000 tonnes of solar panels are expected to enter Australia’s waste stream, carrying billions of dollars’ worth of recyclable materials, the university said in a news release....

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Australian solar panel recycling tech on show in Spain

Australian solar panel recycling tech on show in Spain

RMIT’s Dr Ylias Sabri said while solar panels are helping to reduce carbon emissions, the infrastructure to scrap and effectively recycle them once they reach their end of life has been lacking. “Solar panels have a lifespan of 25 to 30 years and contain valuable metals including silver and copper,” he said. “But there’s historically...

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BellaSeno reports positive interim findings of Australian clinical trials in breast scaffold patients

BellaSeno reports positive interim findings of Australian clinical trials in breast scaffold patients

BellaSeno GmbH, an ISO 13485-certified medtech company developing resorbable scaffolds using additive manufacturing technologies, has announced that 10 breast scaffold patients and 5 pectus patients have successfully passed one-year follow-up in BellaSeno’s Australian clinical trials. In the first-ever breast implant trial using PCL scaffolds and fat transfer, the interim analysis confirms a favourable safety profile of...

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Australian Solar Panel Recycling Tech On Show In Spain

Australian Solar Panel Recycling Tech On Show In Spain

RMIT’s Dr Ylias Sabri said while solar panels are helping to reduce carbon emissions, the infrastructure to scrap and effectively recycle them once they reach their end of life has been lacking. “Solar panels have a lifespan of 25 to 30 years and contain valuable metals including silver and copper,” he said. “But there’s historically...

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New Aussie-first wellness treatment opens in Perth

New Aussie-first wellness treatment opens in Perth

It may look like something straight from the set of Aliens. But according to husband and wife Maya and Brett Horth, this Australian-first technology is helping improve people’s well-being by helping them enter a state of half-sleep. Element Health and Wellness Centre has opened in Claremont, offering an array of treatments to boost mental, emotional,...

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New BCG podcast shares farm tech solutions I Australian Rural & Regional News

New BCG podcast shares farm tech solutions I Australian Rural & Regional News

BCG’s latest podcast series, “On the Horizon: Farm Tech”, empowers farmers with knowledge and confidence to explore the integration of on-farm technology. “BCG is on a mission to bring the latest in agricultural technology to farmers across the Wimmera, Mallee and North Central,” said BCG’s Communications and Engagement Officer Jess Bidstrup. “The latest series of...

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$1m award delivers Australian-first tech for biomed research  – Griffith News

$1m award delivers Australian-first tech for biomed research  – Griffith News

Griffith University is the recipient of a $1 million philanthropic award to implement advanced biomedical technology that will enable cross-collaboration research to develop life-changing therapies, vaccines and diagnostics.  The prestigious Ramaciotti Biomedical Research Award was bestowed to a team of researchers led by Griffith University’s Professor Sally-Ann Poulsen for a project to install a...

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