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BluGlass secures major IP deal worth $1.93 million

Global semiconductor developer BluGlass Limited has secured a USD 1.28 million (AUD 1.93 million) payment from a European wafer developer. This payment pertains to the...

Grant applications open for non-profits in $392.4M Industry Growth Program

Not-for-profit industry organisations can now apply for grants to provide expert, sector-specific guidance to participating startups and scaleups as part of the Australian Government’s $392.4 million Industry Growth Program.

Nano Dimension acquires technology and intellectual property of British software company Additive Flow

Israeli company Nano Dimension announced the acquisition of the technology and intellectual property of Additive Flow, a UK-based firm that provides solutions for 3D design simulation and optimisation.

Anteris awarded utility patent for novel transcatheter heart valve replacement

Australian biotechnology company Anteris Technologies announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued another utility patent for its novel DurAVR transcatheter heart valve (THV).

Why Australian manufacturers need to pay greater attention to IT security

Article by Mark Sinclair, ANZ Regional Director, WatchGuard Technologies Australian manufacturing companies are currently grappling with a raft of challenges. Pandemic shutdowns, changing customer demands,...

Singapore unveils 10-year plan to boost manufacturing by 50%

Singapore is on a mission to bolster its manufacturing sector by 50 percent over the course of 10 years, in hopes of maintaining a...

New Aussie made technology to protect local businesses from counterfeiting

IP Australia and start-up Agile Digital successfully piloted a new technology designed to safeguard Australian businesses against the risk of counterfeiting. The Smart Trade Mark project –...

AAMC asks parties to state their policies on important industry issues

The Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council (AAMC) has called on all parties to state their policies on driving success in Australian advanced manufacturing and to...

Ansell files patent infringement lawsuit against Reckitt Benckiser for “Durex RealFeel” condom

Ansell has announced that its Ansell Healthcare Products subsidiary has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against England’s Reckitt Benckiser for the distribution of the “Durex...
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