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Building power by concentrating light

By John Merriman, 25th of August, 2015

HeliostatSA expands renewable energy technology exports from South Australia.

Laser system monitors mines for safety

By John Merriman, 30th of July, 2015

Maptek supplies laser monitoring system to gold mine in South Australia.

Laser spectrometer detects diseases from your breath

By Jack Baldwin, 7th of July, 2015

Photonics researchers at the University of Adelaide are developing an instrument that works like an 'optical dog's nose', quickly and accurately detecting molecules in gas samples for medical and industrial applications.

Java mud volcano not started by earthquake

By Jim Plouffe, 29th of June, 2015

Research led by the University of Adelaide hopes to close the debate on whether a mud volcano disaster in Indonesia was triggered by an earthquake or had man-made origins.

South Australia releases open data web map

By Jack Baldwin, 25th of June, 2015

The South Australian Government has released a web map that shows all the state's spatial data in one place.

South Australia uniquely ready for new relationship with China

By John Merriman, 19th of June, 2015

South Australia has had a formal China plan and relationship with Shandong Province in China for 30 years, giving the state an advantage in benefiting from the newly signed FTA.

Research road trip opens battery energy information to everyone

By Jack Baldwin, 5th of June, 2015

A mobile testing unit the size of a shipping container will soon be touring Australia to test battery energy storage under real world operating conditions around the country.

Boart Longyear to introduce 'game changing' drilling technology

By John Merriman, 27th of May, 2015

The Adelaide developed technology involves drilling contractors using gamma geophysical survey sensors inside drill strings to help mining companies identify precious metals and minerals.

New highly sensitive method for detecting gold at drill sites

By Jack Baldwin, 29th of April, 2015

Researchers at the University of Adelaide's Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing have developed a portable method for detecting trace amounts of gold in ore samples - on-site at the drilling rig.

South Australia and London collaborate on industry futures

By Jack Baldwin, 27th of April, 2015

The University of South Australia and University College London have signed a partnership today cementing collaborative research and teaching in future industries such as sustainable energy, minerals processing and advanced manufacturing.

 
 

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