Battery technologies developed in Australia will be sold globally in the next five years through a partnership between the CSIRO and Japanese specialist chemical manufacturer Piotrek.
Deakin University is exploring how ‘smart’ materials can be used in home care systems to help elderly people stay safer in their homes.
Listed Australian technology company Calix is set to undertake new projects- valued at over $9 million - for advanced battery development and CO2 capture work, based in Australia and Europe - as well as completion of construction of its BATMn reactor for advanced battery materials.
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