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Australian science and tech leaders seek increased R&D investment and reindustrialisation

Australia's science and technology sectors, represented by 138 member organisations and 115,000 scientists and technologists through Science & Technology Australia (STA), are mobilising to seek election commitments from political parties and candidates.

ATSE welcomes new budget measures, calls for more R&D strategy backed by advanced manufacturing

The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) has welcomed the Federal Budget's science and technology measures but called for more strategy and investment to bolster research and innovation reinforced through advanced manufacturing.

Round 11 of industry, research grants program open to regional businesses

Funding between $100,000 and $3 million will help businesses grow and create jobs for Aussie businesses involved in industry and research. As part of its...

National Science Week grants now up for grabs

The Federal Government is encouraging individuals, community groups and organisations to apply for a 2020 National Science Week grant. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology...

$2m to drive Australia’s next generation of energy technology innovation

Media Release Australia’s energy technology ecosystem is being supported with the announcement of $2 million in new funding to help drive the future of energy...

Dow’s CTO to shed light on Australia’s next trillion-dollar market at AFR Innovation Summit

Dow’s Chief Technology Officer of Asia Pacific, Dr Yao Weiguang, will shed light on the search for the next trillion dollar industry at the...
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