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AusBiotech applauds launch of Medical Science Co-Investment Plan to boost biotech sector

AusBiotech has welcomed the launch of the Medical Science Co-Investment Plan, which pinpoints four primary investment areas in the medical science domain: medical devices, complex therapeutics, digital health, and sustainability.

Green hydrogen gigafactory opens doors in Queensland’s Gladstone region

Today marks the official opening of a state-of-the-art green energy manufacturing facility in Queensland's Gladstone region, emphasising the government’s delivery of a Future Made in Australia.

$40M science diplomacy grant for international collaborations opens for applications

The Australian government has announced the first round of grants for the $40 million Global Science and Technology Diplomacy Fund (GSTDF) to boost Australia’s regional scientific industry. 

Australia’s first orbital spaceport cleared for launch in Bowen, Queensland

Australia stands at the brink of a major advancement in its space initiatives with the approval of the country's inaugural orbital launch facility license under the Space (Launches & Returns) Act 2018, signalling the green light for the Bowen Orbital Spaceport in Queensland.

Australian government announces free AI training course for SMEs

The National AI Centre, in partnership with the Institute of Applied Technology Digital, is delivering access to a new free course in artificial intelligence to Australian businesses.

Gov’t allocates $12.6 billion for research and development

The Australian Government announced a substantial increase in funding for research and development (R&D), with an injection of $12.6 billion aimed at bolstering Australian innovation this year.

New artificial intelligence expert group formed to guide safe AI dev’t

Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic announced the formation of a new Artificial Intelligence Expert Group in response to the government’s interim feedback regarding Safe and Responsible AI in Australia consultation.

Gov’t invests $51M in industry-science collaboration for nat’l advancement

The Australian Government has pledged $51 million to bolster partnerships between industry and researchers aimed at spearheading projects that could revolutionise various sectors and spur job creation.

Fiona Pak-Poy named director of to Silicon Quantum Computing Board

The Australian Government announced the appointment of Fiona Pak-Poy as its Shareholder Nominee Director of the Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC) Board.

ANU’s Professor Timothy Senden appointed to ANSTO Board

Professor Timothy Senden has been appointed to the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) Board for a three-year term.
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