Nose-like sensor sniffs out toxic ammonia gas
Engineers in Australia have developed a small ammonia gas sensor that could enable safer hydrogen storage and specialised medical diagnostic devices.
Aussie innovation turns waste into energy ‘gold’
New technology that turns waste into reusable goods for energy and agricultural applications is a step closer to commercialisation, following rigorous trials.
RMIT study suggests link between feral horses and peatland carbon emissions
A ground-breaking new study by RMIT has found carbon emissions from Australian alpine peatlands to be much higher in areas disturbed by feral horses.
Coffee offers performance boost for concrete
Engineers in Australia have found a way of making stronger concrete with roasted used-coffee grounds, to give the drink-additive a “double shot” at life and reduce waste going to landfills.