The Australian Government is providing more support for regional businesses through additional regional incubator facilitators and providing grants to support the establishment of regional business incubators.
Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO was sworn in as Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science on 24 January 2017.
Australia and Italy have signed an agreement that will further strengthen scientific, technological and innovation co-operation between both nations.
The Australian Government is seeking applications for industry-led proposals for the 19th Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) selection round.
$4.4 million in grants announced today will mobilise a league of enthusiastic ‘citizen scientists’ to assist Australia’s leading universities and scientific organisations with their research.
The development of a promising new treatment for peanut allergy in children will be the first project to receive $10 million in funding under the Turnbull Government’s Biomedical Translation Fund (BTF).
Four Australian innovation incubators will boost the services they offer start-ups with $1.4 million in grants provided under the Australian Government’s $23 million Incubator Support initiative.
Last year, the Government tasked the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to develop a Low Emissions Technology Roadmap to highlight areas of potential growth in Australia’s clean technology sector, map the development of new emissions reduction technologies and identify opportunities to be part of future global energy supply chains.
A new report estimates that venture capital investment is $1 billion this financial year providing vital funds to commercialise cutting-edge research and drive new areas of growth and jobs.
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator Arthur Sinodinos, welcomes KordaMentha’s announcement of a preferred bidder for Arrium Australia, which includes the Whyalla steelworks.
A new medical drink to manage dementia and a website security program to protect against automated attacks are among 24 innovative Australian businesses to receive a $11.2 million kick start to commercialise products for Australian and international markets.