Magill-based Supashock will receive a $468,887 commercialisation grant under the Entrepreneurs’ Programme to develop its dynamic suspension technology for armoured and protected defence vehicles produced by a major German manufacturer.
Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO was sworn in as Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science on 24 January 2017.
Three satellites developed by Australian universities were launched today to the International Space Station as part of a global atmospheric research project.
One of the Australia's most experienced biotechnology experts, Dr Peter Riddles, has been reappointed as a member to the CSIRO Board for a five-year term.
A new industry-led strategy released today will position Australia as an innovative and trusted source of cyber security capability to organisations both domestically and around the world.
Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Arthur Sinodinos, has reaffirmed the Government's commitment to the science and technology sectors.
Australian and German Industry groups are forging closer ties to advance and modernise both countries’ manufacturing sectors.
Today I’m announcing $280,000 in Priming Grants under the Global Connections Fund to enable 23 Australian researchers and 17 Australian small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) to meet and collaborate with international partners to further develop their ideas.
The Australian Government will invest $100 million to drive innovation in Australia’s manufacturing sector to create jobs, grow businesses, improve productivity and be globally competitive.
The 2017-18 Budget will enable major new investment in manufacturing industries and cutting-edge research infrastructure, positioning both sectors for the future.
The Australian Government has released a comprehensive roadmap outlining the research infrastructure priorities essential for building Australian research excellence into the future.