Australia’s so called ‘blue economy’ has made a significant contribution to the nation’s prosperity and is increasingly recognised around the world as a high value, high potential growth sector.
Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO was sworn in as Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science on 24 January 2017.
Science meets Parliament, which begins today, is a wonderful opportunity for parliamentarians to show their respect for the science community and the role it plays in shaping our nation.
The Australian Government has unveiled its new National Science Statement, which emphasises the long term importance of science to the nation’s economy and society.
A range of crucial industry sectors are set to benefit from a formal ‘Dialogue on Innovation’ between Australia and China that will bolster collaboration on innovation between the two nations.
The Australian Government is providing $7.4 million to 15 Australian businesses to help get their new products and services into the marketplace.
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO, unveiled the newest research tool that Australian scientists and researchers have in the fight against cancer at the Australian Synchrotron.
Today under the Global Innovation Linkages programme I announce $8.69 million in funding to nine Australian businesses and research organisations over the next four years to collaborate with global partners on strategically-focused, leading-edge research and development projects.
Today we announce seven new Australia-India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF) grants to support cutting-edge collaborative research projects between Australia and India.
A new report on patent activity highlights Australia’s positive global ranking in advanced manufacturing patent applications, showing healthy levels of innovation within the sector.
An exceptional young scientist working on new and advanced materials is Australia’s nominee for a prestigious Asia-Pacific region science prize.