Highly flammable building construction materials and toxic flame retardants commonly found in furniture are set to be made redundant by eco-friendly, non-toxic, durable flame retardants developed with the assistance of Commonwealth funding, announced by Assistant Minster for Science, Jobs and Innovation, Zed Seselja, at UNSW Sydney today.
Senator the Hon Zed Seselja was sworn in as Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation on 20 December 2017.
The National Measurement Institute's annual plan has been launched to ensure Australian consumers and businesses have 'correct weight' whenever they buy or sell goods by measurement
Australia is set to build on its world-class technical and scientific capabilities in astronomy and astrophysics with the Australian Astronomical Observatory (AAO) moving into the domestic research sector.
Australian consumers will now have more clarity and less confusion about the food products they buy.
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.
An industry-led Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) launched today is helping Australia’s farmers, food producers and food industry businesses embrace digital technologies to improve their productivity, strengthen their branding and create new jobs and export opportunities.
Farmers, food suppliers and retailers across the country are set to benefit from Australia’s first ever agribusiness clustering initiative.
Food businesses have just one month left before the new country of origin labelling requirements become mandatory on 1 July.
University of Adelaide’s Professor Derek Abbott has been awarded the 2018 Barry Inglis Prize for excellence in measurement research by the Australian Government’s National Measurement Institute (NMI).
Australians are being asked for their views on how to modernise the national measurement system as part of the Australian Government’s measurement law review.