Archived News for Engineering Professionals - September, 2016
Gina Rinehart’s proposed 30-million-tonne Alpha coal mine is storming ahead after clearing its latest legal hurdle.
NBN takes up HFC 'Plan B'
BHP's spill could cost $79 bil
Linc leaking rehab funds
Photons frozen for quantum advance
Expert dismayed at powerful change
Hazelwood outlook still hidden
New bid revives Ausgrid option
Portable vaccine labs outlined
Sound waves paint floating pictures
Sunny Coast waste going underground
Sunshine Coast will soon feature a high-tech, automated, underground waste collection system.
Minister clarifying foreign feelings
The Federal Government may change its foreign investment guidelines to appease angry investors.
Nalder prods Barnett on port plan
A leaked letter suggests Western Australia would be hit hard by plans to scale-down the Perth Freight Link.
Quantum course grows longer
Quantum encryption technology is leaving the lab faster than the speed of light.
Android arrested at Russian rally
Russian authorities have arrested a robot at a political rally in Moscow.
BP's Bight spill models surface
Research says an oil spill from a proposed BP project could smash South Australian tourism and aquaculture.
Finnish facility piques local interest
South Australian authorities are interested in a giant underground facility being dug in Finland.
Coal closure damage downplayed
New research suggests Australia could phase out coal production without taking a massive economic hit.
Gas ban lands alongside review
A scientific review and moratorium on hydraulic fracturing begins in the NT today.
Scientists head for powerful threads
Engineers are working on technology that could turn a t-shirt into a power plant.