The U.S. Department of Energy has funded a big breakthrough in the removal of carbon dioxide (CO2) from coal-fired power plants.

Industry insiders say an attitude problem is keeping Australian women out of engineering.

Engineers have built a ‘nano-piano’ to demonstrate a high-tech new recording medium.

A new project is building a set of maps that can predict the strength of any structure.

Zimbabwe is undertaking a massive nationalisation of its diamond mines.

Australian authorities have put out a new paper in the quest for a better way to manage infrastructure worldwide.

There is strong speculation that the Federal Government will switch its stance against a big Chinese bank, in the hope of securing money for infrastructure.

A big Australian super fund is investing in US projects due to a lack of opportunities at home.

Today is World Plumbing Day, an event to celebrate the vital but often unsung work of plumbers across the globe.

Bio-engineers have figured out a fairly easy way to produce new proteins, in what could be a big leap forward for synthetic biology.

A big review of Alcoa’s smelting and refining operations could be bad news for its 4,000 West Australian workers.

Researchers in the US have successfully corrected a genetic error in stem cells from patients with sickle cell disease, and then used those cells to grow healthy, mature red blood cells.

Swiss engineers have reported on a new roly-poly robot, powered by a fire in its belly.

Rio Tinto's robot trains have had their first journey on a Pilbara railway.

The world’s first inter-continental solar-powered plane has completed the first leg of its round-the-world journey.

The Federal Government has announced about $229 million worth of highway upgrades nationwide.

The first round of open tenders for the Brisbane-to-Melbourne Inland Rail project will be advertised this week.

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has put up $5.5 million to support an off-grid hybrid power project off the coast of Tasmania.

Australian medical engineers say they are on the verge of a breakthrough, after the transplant of a fully bionic heart.

South Australian researchers are working on nanoscale ‘guided missiles’ to seek and destroy cancer cells.

The WA Government has put up a range of scholarships aimed at forging a new generation of tradie ladies.

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