Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane will travel to China to promote trade and investment in Australia’s energy and resources sector and science and research ties.
Minister for Industry and Science, Ian Macfarlane, announced the appointment of successful businessman Mr Brian Watson, and the reappointment of Ms Shirley In’t Veld, to the Board of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) today.
Representatives from the medical technologies, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemicals and plastics and food manufacturing sectors will gather in Canberra today for the Australian Government’s first health industry stakeholder forum.
Scientists from around the globe are gathering in Canberra this week to share strategies for using an unbroken thirty-six year view of planet Earth to address challenges both in Australia and across the globe.
The Australian Government’s $20 million Automotive Diversification Programme has led to a major renewable energy export opportunity for a South Australian company.
All Australians can have their say on what they want in clearer country of origin food labelling in an online survey that will help design the Australian Government’s new labelling system.
The Australian Government has begun the process to select Australia’s next Chief Scientist, to build on the outstanding work of Professor Ian Chubb AC, whose tenure concludes at the end of the year.
Professor Sandra Harding has been reappointed to the Council of the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) for five years.
Eighteen Australian companies will receive grants to propel their innovative ideas from the drawing board into the marketplace under the Australian Government’s Accelerating Commercialisation programme.
Four leading food and agribusiness sector experts will join the board of Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL), the organisation developing the Food and Agribusiness Growth Centre.