India-Australia space opportunities take off

Australian and Indian space industry companies are looking to greater opportunities through collaborating following our participation in this year’s Bengaluru Space Expo held in the technology-intensive city formerly known as Bangalore. Australia was the partner country in this year’s expo, with companies signing six new industry-to-industry memorandums for collaboration, with the aim to boost commercial…

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HySupply green hydrogen export roadmap released The UNSW Sydney-led HySupply Australia Consortium has released a supply-side roadmap for fostering a green hydrogen export supply chain with Germany. The HySupply Supply-Side Roadmapping Exercise, developed with Deloitte, involved consultations with more than 50 hydrogen experts across industry, academia, government and relevant agencies. HySupply is a joint collaboration…

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$2.4 million announced for new healthtech commercialisation centre in Melbourne

The state government has announced $2.4 million in funding to establish the Victorian Connected Health Innovation and Commercialisation Centre.  The centre in Melbourne’s CBD will be delivered by ANDHealth, a health technology-focussed deliverer of accelerator, incubator and commercialisation programs. It will be funded through the Victorian government’s Australian Medtech Manufacturing Centre and Biotechnology Fund. According…

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Bulk procurement can revitalise government purchasing policy and impact – by Mark Leith

Today as part of @AuManufacturing’s series looking forward from the Jobs and Skills Summit, Mark Leith proposes a radical re-think of Australia’s procurement practices. If Australia is to meet its revised 2030 emissions reduction targets, early action to accelerate zero emission bus and truck adoption is essential. While the business case for fleet electrification and…

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