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Maia_Tech_MWhettenhall_web3
Class: technology-style
Fields of dreamsTags: Agriculture | Australia | Environment | IT | Smartphone Apps | Start-up | Technology | Beef
Moving animals around a farm that has no fences, and knowing the pasture with the best feed on offer down to a blade of grass, is set to become a reality, thanks to some pioneering Australian agtech. ...
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Class: design-style
Touch wood: Sustainable building design
Tags: Architecture | Australia | Engineering | Environment | Europe | Innovation
Sydney-based Tzannes has been recognised internationally for its deep design philosophy dedicated to sustainability. The architecture firm’s newly finished project, International House Sydney, is the ...
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Class: environment-style
The sound of sustainability
Tags: Climate Change | Creative Innovation | Environment | Technology | Tasmania
Software developer Echoview is helping governments and scientists worldwide explore the oceans, and support the sustainability of aquatic life, with its world-leading hydroacoustic data processing.
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Womenwine_web2
Class: business-style
Women of wine
Tags: Environment | Inspiring Australian Women | Wine Australia | premium produce | Western Australia | wine
While Australian female winemakers are not in the majority in the industry, they are leading the way in innovation and sustainability.
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Class: technology-style
Paul Dastoor: In sunshine or in shadow
Tags: Clean Energy | Clean Power | Engineering | Environment | Innovation | Photovolatics
Solar panels as thin as a sheet of transparency plastic. Solar panels printed with electronic inks that conduct electricity. Solar panels that can work anywhere – in sunshine or shadow, on rooftops or ...
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Rose Amal
Class: science-style
Australian power for the future
Tags: Clean Energy | Engineering | Environment | Inspiring Australian Women
Green plants harness sunlight to produce food. Solar cells convert sunlight into energy, and now Australian chemical engineer Rose Amal is using sunlight to transform unwanted carbon dioxide into envi ...
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Class: business-style
Using the Internet of Things to increase global food production
Tags: AgIdeas | Agriculture | Environment | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women
The United Nations has declared a need for new ideas if we are to feed the world by 2050. Australian entrepreneur Ros Harvey is using the Internet of Things and innovative technology to help agribusin ...
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