AUSTRALIA’S waters are some of the most dangerous in the world. Ignoring the dangers posed by jellyfish and salt-water crocodiles, the average annual number of “unprovoked” shark attacks more than doubled between 1990-2000 and 2005-2015, to 15Read more
HOW much power does a tweetstorm involving two tech tycoons, the prime minister of Australia and 8.5m Twitter followers generate? Enough, at least, to supercharge a debate about the future role of batteries in the world’s energy mix.
Elon Musk may be best known for his gravity-defying ambition, but his core product is the battery.Read more
Lithium-ion battery storage devices – including Tesla Powerwalls and other products – may be effectively banned from being installed inside homes and garages in Australia under new guidelines being drafted by Standards Australia.Read more
There are currently more than 353,800 Australians living with dementia, a figure that’s expected to increase. The Australian Bureau of Statistics cites it as the second leading cause of death in Australia.
Most treatments for dementia do not slow down the condition’s progression.Read more