Dr Cathy Foley has been named as Australia’s Chief Scientist and will begin a three-year term in January 2021.
A project to build the world’s largest green ammonia plant in South Australia has been launched.
By Denham Sadler New “plain English” guidance for the research and development tax incentive has been released, providing new definitions for “hypothesis” and “new knowledge” and further information on the record keeping required under the scheme. The new Guide to Interpretation, an update on the document first published in 2016, comes just weeks after the federal…
Graphene manufacturer and solutions provider Graphene Manufacturing Group has announced completion of a $3 million Series C raise, with just over $1.7 million from TSXV-listed capital pool company Cuspis Capital of Canada.
Air Fab has been awarded a $1.3 million contract with Boeing Defence Australia to design, fabricate and supply safety stands used in maintaining the Air Force’s Air Force’s F/A-18F Super Hornets and EA-18G Growler planes.
The Australian government is in talks with pharmaceutical company Pfizer about potentially supplying its COVID-19 vaccine. The company has also secured preliminary clearance to apply for a type of fast-tracked regulatory approval for this vaccine.
A Tasmanian food processing business is partnering with Defence, transferring food technology into the private sector.
An Australian-based medical company that sold its name and a major chunk of its business to a French multi-national earlier this year has launched a subsidiary to develop a treatment for age-related macular degeneration.
To extract the best value from Australia’s world-class universities, research funding should go to research; there should be direct support for marketing the research; and industry should be provided with the backing to commercialise it.
Family-owned tapware manufacturer Sussex Taps has set a goal to become carbon neutral over the next two years.