The Australian Government has announced a $259,000 investment by the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Developing Northern Australia to improve farmers’ ability to export agricultural produce to Asia.
Senator the Hon Zed Seselja was sworn in as Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation on 20 December 2017.
Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation, Senator the Hon Zed Seselja, today announced the opening of the latest round of grants designed to help Australian industries make the most out of the nation’s world-class research capabilities in order to grow and create new jobs.
The Australian Government has announced a $100,000 investment in aquaculture from the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Developing Northern Australia designed to stimulate jobs and economic growth across the north.
The Turnbull Government is encouraging Australians to make more informed decisions about their health care through digital technologies.
The Turnbull Government is committing additional funding to the research and development of new energy infrastructure, making it more cost-effective for Australian households and industries to use low-carbon energy fuels.
It is estimated that Australian households throw away almost $4,000 worth of unused food each year. A new Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), supported by a $30 million grant from the Turnbull Government’s CRC Program, could see this wastage reduced, keeping more money in the pockets of Australian families.
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) Board member, Ms Penelope Dobson, was officially announced today as the board’s new Deputy Chair.
Smart supply chains for the horticulture sector comprise the first industry-led collaborative project to be managed by the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Developing Northern Australia, supporting the Australian Government's commitment to improving prosperity in the north.
Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation Zed Seselja and Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan this morning announced $50 million of Australian Government funding for research aimed at better equipping the mining and resources sector to manage future challenges.
Nominations for Australia’s most prestigious science awards, the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are now open.