Researchers in Adelaide, who have developed six new varieties of almonds designed to exceed international production volume benchmarks, will soon be able to test their products in international markets.
Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash was sworn in as Minister for Jobs and Innovation on 20 December 2017.
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Joint media release with the Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, and Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation, Senator the Hon Zed Seselja
Six teams comprising Australia’s brightest high school students are heading overseas later this year to compete in International Olympiads for science, mathematics and technology.
The Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, gave a speech at the ASPI International Space Conference in Canberra.
Australian researcher, Professor Brian Walker, has been internationally recognised for his scientific research.
Regional incubators will be given additional assistance to apply for the Incubator Support initiative to improve their commercial prospects.
Farmers, food suppliers and retailers across the country are set to benefit from Australia’s first ever agribusiness clustering initiative.
An Australian medical breakthrough that could revolutionise the way kidney disease is treated, supporting millions of patients, will receive $22 million.
Minister for Jobs and Innovation Michaelia Cash has encouraged business leaders and scientists in Singapore and Australia to join forces to secure future prosperity for both countries during the first ‘Good Science = Great Business’ festival in Singapore in September. Minister Cash announced the festival today in Singapore.
Australian researchers and businesses can now apply for up to $50,000 to help expand their work overseas, under the latest round of Global Connections Fund Bridging Grants.
Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Michaelia Cash, will visit Singapore from 3 to 6 June to promote Australia’s industry, innovation and science sectors, exchange ideas on how to best support job creation in a digital economy, and advance Australia’s economic interests in the region.