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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Radio National Breakfast with Patricia Karvelas

Topics: Australia-China relationship, technology roundtable, research and development tax incentives, Global Talent programE&OEPatricia Karvelas: Karen Andrews is the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology. She’ll be sitting down with the tech bosses in Sydney later today and she joins us in the RN Breakfast studio. Welcome.Kar... read more »

Industry 4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Forum – MCG, Melbourne

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen.Thank you to the Advanced Manufacturing Forum for the opportunity to address your inaugural conference. I am very proud to say Australia will always be a manufacturing nation.Yes, it may look a little different and we’ll come to that … but today’s attendance is testament to the fact Australia has what... read more »

Strengthening Australia's Tech Future

Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews will host two technology industry roundtables over the next week to boost collaboration and tackle the global challenges and opportunities facing the sector. Minister Andrews said strengthening the technology sector is key to Australia’s economic growth and securing jobs for the futur... read more »

Celebrating McPherson’s hardworking principals

Karen Andrews MP has encouraged students, parents and school communities in McPherson to say a big ‘thank-you’ to their principal and celebrate Australian Primary Principals Day.Ms Andrews said principals played a critical role in the lives and education of our children.“Principals contribute to the school community and are vital to the success of ... read more »

Working together to grow manufacturing

The Morrison Government is continuing to back in Australian manufacturing, with a roundtable looking at further ways to grow the economy and create jobs. Leaders from peak industry associations, large companies, research organisations and universities today joined with Government representatives in Canberra.Minister for Industry, Science and T... read more »

Gold Coast residents should register and tell their families this DonateLife Week

With 1,400 Australians currently wait listed for a transplant, Gold Coasters are encouraged to register to be an organ and tissue donor and tell their family and friends, during DonateLife Week 2019. DonateLife Week (Sunday 28 July to Sunday 4 August 2019) is Australia’s national awareness week dedicated to promoting organ and tissue donation.... read more »

Supporting Collaborative Research with India

Cutting-edge research on drought tolerant chickpeas is among the projects receiving Government funding through the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF).$500,000 has been awarded to a joint project between the University of Western Australia and the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics to enhance the drought to... read more »

Adelaide Advertiser Op Ed - Leaping into future from space platform

AS the world celebrated the 50th anniversary of that giant leap for mankind on Sunday, there were some cynics who questioned its significance.What strides have we made since? Where are the flying cars? Space was the final frontier and in 50 years what news have we had from the “front”?Well, plenty actually. The space sector in Australia is wor... read more »

Innovation Powering Service Delivery Excellence

Two projects designed to help domestic violence victims to flee are among 15 innovative small business ideas to share in funding from the Morrison Government.The Business Research and Innovation Initiative (BRII) grants totaling $1.4 million will support the early-stage development of solutions by small businesses to five key government policy and ... read more »

Funding for a stronger economy

The Morrison Government is backing the manufacturing, cyber security and food and ag-tech sectors, with funding for projects which help start-ups get off the ground.Three businesses will share in more than $1 million under the Incubator Support initiative to help entrepreneurs turn their ideas into reality.Minister for Industry, Science and Technol... read more »
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