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NSW manufactures first-ever livestock vaccine in-house

The NSW Government announced it is investing in and prioritising the biosecurity of NSW, with a cutting-edge emergency animal disease vaccine reaching a major milestone.

University of Queensland, UK biotech company teams up for mRNA vaccine testing research

Researchers from the University of Queensland have collaborated with UK-based biotech company Oxford Nanopore Technologies to simplify and ensure the quality of manufactured mRNA vaccines. 

Victoria launches new medtech hub for skills, device development

The Victorian government has backed a new medical technology hub for skills and device development in a bid to cement Victoria’s position as a global leader in the industry. 

Queensland to open new $280m mRNA vaccine hub with Sanofi

The Queensland government has invested $280 million in a partnership with Sanofi to establish the Translational Science Hub, providing a boost for the next-generation mRNA vaccine research in the state. 

Victorian Government funding to boost COVID vaccine manufacturing at Monash University

The Victorian Government has announced $21.65 million in funding for three projects at Monash University’s Clayton campus, including a project that will increase Victoria’s...

IDT Australia ready to begin small-scale manufacturing of Australia’s first mRNA vaccine in preparation...

Boronia-based company IDT Australia is set to take delivery of a key piece of equipment that will enable the critical manufacturing capability of mRNA...

Victoria to develop mRNA vaccine and therapeutic manufacturing capability in Melbourne

Following the Commonwealth identifying onshore production of mRNA vaccines as a national priority, the Victorian Government has announced a multimillion investment in new critical...


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