Five Western Australian companies have been awarded a total of $450,000 in grants through the WA Medical Technology and Pharmaceutical (MTP) Manufacturing Voucher Program.
The program aims to accelerate the development and manufacturing of medical technology and pharmaceutical products in the state.
“We have an enormous opportunity to capitalise on home-grown medical technology to help diversify the economy and create more manufacturing jobs,” said state development minister Roger Cook in a statement on Tuesday.
Grant winners were:
The program is delivered through the MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub, co-funded via the WA government’s New Industries Fund, the federal industry growth centre MTPConnect and The University of Western Australia.
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