A preclinical study on the University of Queensland Covid-19 vaccine candidate has produced ” positive indications about its potential effectiveness and manufacturability” according to the university.
Medical supplier Softmed has announced it will manufacture a range of personal protective equipment, for local and export markets, and run an in-house certified testing lab.
Bosch Australia Manufacturing Solutions has earned a contract to automate handling, inspection and storage of blood plasma products at CSL Behring’s Broadmeadows site.
The government decision to limit the latest grants round for research collaboration to only one sector has “shafted” hundreds of companies that have been preparing applications for months, with some “blindsided” firms potentially now looking offshore, according to the chief executive of the CRC Association.
Adelaide-based technology company Codan has announced a record profit of $64 million, causing its share price to jump more than 17 per cent yesterday.
It’s on again. This time it’s Australia’s wine industry that’s under investigation in China for allegedly violating anti-dumping rules.
In the fourth day of our Australia’s niche champions series, Stephen Tomisich discusses following a global niche strategy.
Australia should look towards the US to help address its innovation woes rather than just focusing on internal developments, a new United States Studies Centre (USSC) report urges.
The federal government has announced a series of web-based advice sessions to Australian small businesses wanting to reach the global defence market.
In this part of our Australia’s niche champions series, Dr Matthew Young explains the What? Why? How? and Who? that need to be asked when partnering to find a niche in manufacturing and innovation.