MATES in Construction says recommendations from the Productivity Commission's Mental Health report could help reduce suicides among construction workers.
RMIT University engineers have designed a chip that uses light to create and modify memories, enabling it to mimic the way that neurons work to store and delete information in the brain.
The Future Battery Industries CRC will help tackle industry-identified gaps in the battery industries value chain, support battery deployment and optimise the circular economy for battery waste recycling.
Warren & Brown Technologies launches into e-commerce with its new website: wbnetworks.com.au.
Global design and consultancy firm Arcadis has joined Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) as a Regional Partner.
The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand (IESANZ) is calling for nominations for board directors for the chapters of New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory and Overseas, Western Australia and New Zealand.
Master Electricians Australia (MEA) has questioned the capacity of ACTU boss Sally McManus, following her appearance on the ABC's 7.30 current affairs program last week.
NECA is calling on government to adopt its policy relating to Home Safety Electrical Audits, following the recent death of a young man in Sydney.
Searching for available trademarks is now easier thanks to IP Australia's trademark database search tool. It replaces the current ATMOSS system.
It may be well be summer, but much of Australia has seen record extreme heat in recent weeks, with more set to come. The recent spate of hot weather conditions across much of the country has prompted a warning from Unions NSW.
Scientists from Stanford University have developed the thinnest possible electrical wires, a mere three atoms wide, according to a report on ScienceAlert.
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) and the Textile Clothing and Footware Union of Australia (TCFUA) are one step closer to amalgamation, having signed an amalgamation memorandum of understanding. The two unions have been increasingly collaborating over the last 12 months.
Last week, the Fair Work Commission handed down its findings from negotiations between publicly owned Essential Energy and the unions representing the majority of workers employed by the company. The negotiations aimed to settle on a revised enterprise agreement and have been in play since June 2015, when the previous agreement expired. Among the points of contention in discussion were provisions for redundancy and outsourcing.
An alleged altercation at a picket line in September this year has led to assault charges for an Electrical Trades Union (ETU) official.
Up to 80 Queensland miners will be made redundant by Anglo American in a move the CFMEU claims is a hostile ambush following over two months of protected industrial action by the German Creek mine workers.