RMIT and Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS have signed a partnership on staff and student exchanges focussing on additive manufacturing.
The national audit office is set to shine a spotlight on the government’s administration of the now controversial research and development tax incentive scheme.
A team led by Queensland University of Technology’s Distinguished Professor Dietmar W Hutmacher has created an implant to help a young student suffering from “funnel chest.”
Zip Diagnostics has been awarded a $600,000 federal grant to help commercialise Australian-made tests able to diagnose Covid-19 and other diseases in less than 30 minutes.
Seven companies have been shortlisted for the $70 million Renewable Hydrogen Deployment Funding Round.
ASX-listed beauty products manufacturer BWX launched a $50 million capital raising yesterday, which will support efforts including a new $33.7 million site which will allow them to triple manufacturing capacity.
The Morrison government has announced $2 billion – to be augmented by another $500 million from the states – for a skills package to boost training and job creation.
The new Buy Aussie Now online marketplace has received over 2,000 registrations so far, ahead of an official launch next month.
Hosico Engineering has been awarded $150,000 under the Defence Global Competitiveness Grants program, which will assist it in serving the global defence aerospace market.
The Bridge Hub Water Challenge 2020 is open to researchers, startups and students looking to commercialise water-saving ideas.