Global software vendor Autodesk has signed a definitive agreement to acquire water infrastructure software provider Innovyze for US$1 billion.
Scientists from the University of Sydney have created a water-splitting catalyst that needs less energy to produce pure hydrogen than earlier catalysts, the organisation says.
Brought to Australia for the first time by WaterSecure, the Flo system by well-known US faucet brand Moen can "continuously monitor for water leakage and prevent water damage", and it's available locally now - and naturally features a smartphone app.
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