Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, is awarded A$270,000 ($279,915) from the federal government to develop lightweight automotive components using a flexible roll-forming technique that will improve fuel efficiency and crashworthiness. Innovation Minister Kim Carr says investing in research is vital for the development of innovative ideas, creation of jobs and better quality of life for Australians. Researchers in the state of Victoria are receiving A$76 million ($78.7 million) ...
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