With clean technology infrastructure increasing the demand for critical minerals such as cobalt, there is a need to develop sustainable resource recovery practices.
A $3.4 million research and development project is aiming to upscale manufacturing of a newly developed advanced coating technology for textiles.
A research team has engineered enzymes to perform an important step in the conversion of plant waste into sustainable and high-value products such as nylon, plastics and chemicals.
Austalia's national science agency, CSIRO, has developed a sustainable, environmentally friendly process technology for recovering gold.
UNSW Sydney has launched a three-year strategy to deepen its commitment to environmental sustainability.
Researchers from Flinders University and UniSA have developed an absorbent polymer that can safely and cost-effectively remove toxic PFAS from contaminated water.
Timor-Leste has signed an agreement with Mura for a US$40 million chemical recycling plant that will help to establish a circular economy for plastic waste.
A Monash study has identified a water-splitting technology that could make stable, affordable, green hydrogen production a reality.
Flying cars prototypes are being developed and could play a niche role in sustainable mobility for longer trips as part of a ride-share taxi service, according to a study.
A study published in Communications Biology has revealed that the marine bacteria producing 10% of our oxygen supply is under threat from plastic pollution.
Researchers have improved the process for recovering rare earth metals, essential for the components used in mobile phones and other technologies such as hybrid electric vehicles.
The newly announced Blue Economy CRC will provide solutions to meet global demand for seafood and energy by developing new technologies for ocean infrastructure.
From A+ to F, Baptist World Aid Australia's 2019 Ethical Fashion Report grades the fashion industry based on labour rights and environmental management.
The AQMesh air quality monitor uses small-sensor technology to measure a wide range of particulate matter and different gases in the air to parts per billion.
UNSW Sydney has partnered with Providence Asset Group and Tamworth Regional Council to trial what is claimed to be Australia's first test performance of a fully integrated smart city.