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Chasing the Low Carbon Energy Solution

By Bruce Godfrey

No single policy will achieve sustainable and affordable energy.

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Manufacturing 2.0

By Alan Finkel

The motor industry collapse brings urgency to the manufacturing dilemma.

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What Is the Future of Shale Gas in Australia?

By Peter Cook

A review by ACOLA has weighed up the risks and rewards of shale gas extraction.

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Editorial Vision Will Prevail

By Alan Finkel

We’re awash with information, but good editorial teams can inform and amuse you better than any automated keyword search.

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Water Recycling: It’s Time to Go “Direct”

By Jurg Keller

Water supply and wastewater systems are kept separate, but a report into water recycling finds this is no longer the best option.

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No More Studies: It’s Time for STEM Action

By Mike Miller

The STEM situation is desperate and needs to be addressed as a high priority.

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Nuclear Energy Has a Future in Australia

By John Söderbaum

Australia has compelling reasons to debate the use of nuclear energy as a power source.

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Heal our Commercialisation Gap

By David Brockway & Alan Finkel

Collaboration, industry links, secondments, metrics and tax can all help to take R&D to market.

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Two Billion More Reasons to Collaborate

By Ian Dagley

With global population expected to grow by two billion, even greater collaboration between researchers and business will be needed to satisfy the world’s food, energy and other needs.

Dr Ian Dagley FTSE has been the CEO of the CRC for Polymers since 1995. In this role he instigates collaborative projects from discussions with companies and researchers, and is closely involved in all aspects of the CRC including its research and commercialisation activities. Participants in the CRC include BASF, BlueScope Steel, Integrated Packaging, Mesoblast, Virbac, 11 universities, CSIRO and the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation.

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Renewable Jet Fuels on the Runway

By Susan Pond

Sustainable jet fuels are needed to constrain the aviation industry’s greenhouse emissions.

Dr Susan Pond AM FTSE chairs the Australian Initiative for Sustainable Aviation Fuels and the Clean Technology Innovation Program Committee. She is Adjunct Professor in Sustainability at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, Vice President of ATSE and a Board member of Innovation Australia, ANSTO and Biotron Ltd.

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