Friday, January 27, 2023

Ridiculously Delicious launches new exciting peanut butter product range

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Ridiculously Delicious, an Aussie-founded and manufactured brand, boasts a natural range of premium peanut butter and peanut snack foods, made using 100% Australian peanuts grown around the ‘peanut capital’ of Kingaroy in Queensland.

UniSA announce their first quadruped robot to help advance multiple areas

Weighing in at just 13 kilograms, with a price tag of $25,000, and equipped with 13 motors and multiple on-body cameras, Clive is the newest addition to the Australian Research Centre for Interactive and Virtual Environments (IVE), based at Mawson Lakes.

Cleantech to be the biggest economic growth opportunity as demand grows for zero-emissions solutions

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The role of cleantech in the economic growth and recovery post COVID, and in the face of climate change, will be the focus of the third National Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) in 2021, with the theme, Cleantech: from disruption to transition.

HypeAuditor finds that 43% of influencers never or rarely receive personalised messages from brands

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HypeAuditor is an artificial intelligence analytics platform for brands regardless of size who are seeking fair, transparent, and effective influencer marketing strategies and data.The global results of its Influencer Outreach Survey provide insights into what influencers want to see from brand partners and why they would refuse to work with brands.

Snap Inc. introduces next generation spectacles built for AR creators

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Each generation of Spectacles has served as a building block in our journey with the creator community, and now the new Spectacles bring imagination to life in a natural way—with our eyes looking out at the world in front of us.

HAI ROBOTICS teams up with Savoye to boost smart warehousing

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HAI ROBOTICS, an Autonomous Case-handling Robotics (ACR) system for warehousing logistics is pairing with logistics solutions engineering company Savoye to make its cutting-edge warehousing technology to reach a broader community in the supply chain in Europe.

Recover™ gets $100m minority equity investment from Goldman Sachs

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Recover™, a materials science firm and producer of sustainable, premium recycled cotton fiber and cotton fiber blends, announced that it has closed a $100m minority equity capital investment by the Sustainable Investing business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Goldman Sachs is investing alongside majority shareholder STORY3 Capital Partners.

Australian listed company Elsight frontrunner in drone delivery upswing

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Look up in the sky! Is it a bird, a plane, pizza or pho? It could be all of the above and more as drone delivery of KFC, Roll’d and Coles takes flight in Australia, and Domino’s looks to restart its air-drop service in New Zealand. As Australia follows the evolving global trend, there’s likely to be a smorgasbord of other options on the drone delivery menu, with an Aussie-listed company already a forerunner in the more advanced US drone delivery sector.

AAM company Wisk Aero names Daniela Schaff Head of Sustainability

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Wisk Aero, an Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) company and pioneer in autonomous, electric flight, furthers its global leadership in sustainability with the appointment of a new Head of Sustainability and the company’s certification of Net Carbon Zero in New Zealand. Wisk recently appointed Daniela Schaff as the company’s new Head of Sustainability. In this newly created position, Daniela will oversee Wisk’s global sustainability efforts and the implementation of a comprehensive sustainability strategy. This strategy will include the creation of a circular supply chain, implementing steps that further reduce the company’s carbon footprint, and developing processes that foster sustainable design decisions.

How Australia can generate a $52 billion windfall from science and tech

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Australia faces a ‘Sliding Doors’ moment when we can choose to supercharge our science and technology strengths and generate a $52bn - or consign ourselves to a future with our fate in the hands of others. Heading into the Jobs and Skills Summit, analysis by Science & Technology Australia shows how even a modest investment to train Aussies' first generation of bench-to-boardroom scientists could supercharge our national economic growth.