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  • Process chemist in Queanbeyan

    Process Chemist

    We are currently seeking a Process Chemist to work within the Materials and Production Team based in Queanbeyan.

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  • Quarterly Web-conference Q2 FY2017

    Our latest Quarterly live web-conference was held on Monday 6th of February 2017 at 6pm Sydney time. Watch it now :

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  • December Q&A 2016

    Our Managing Director, Richard Caldwell, answers your questions sent during the month of December 2016.

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  • Aurora newsletter Dec 2016 German

    The latest edition of the Aurora newsletter in German is NOW AVAILABLE!
    We have compiled in this new edition exciting new articles about Dyesol's progress.

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  • Aurora newsletter December 2016

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Aurora newsletter!
    We have compiled in this new edition exciting new articles about Dyesol's progress.

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  • November Q&A 2016

    Our Managing Director, Richard Caldwell, answers your questions sent during the month of November2016.

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  • AGM 2016

    The audio Webcast of our 11th AGM is now available! Click on the link below to listen to it and stay up to date about Dyesol team progress.

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  • October Q&A 2016

    Our Managing Director, Richard Caldwell, answers your questions sent during the month of October 2016.

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  • Quarterly Web-conference

    Our latest Quarterly live web-conference was held on Friday 4th of November 2016 at 6pm Sydney time. Watch it now:

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  • A Brief Introduction to VDL ETG and the Major Area Demonstration Prototype

    A prototype is an original or first model of something from which other forms are copied or developed. The concept perhaps brings to mind a balsa wood, hand crafted design of a miniature E-type Jaguar, an early surfboard or even a work of art and is most likely associated with the pre-digital age. Yet, the idea of hand crafting is not entirely extinct. High quality style, shape and design sometimes only emerge with the benefit of touch and vision, and only then are translated into a digital format. This is how we are inexorably transitioning from spot to strip, strip to module, module to prototype and so on. It is at this stage that more pragmatic and commercial considerations such as function and performance come to the fore. This is where we are now. 

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