A greener recycling industry

The Morrison Government is taking practical steps toward a cleaner environment with a new $20 million commitment for innovative projects to grow our domestic recycling industry.Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the funding was part of his Government’s commitment to work with the states to establish a timetable to ban the export of waste plastic, p... read more »

Collaborations to develop new technologies

The Morrison Government is backing Australian industry to create the jobs of the future by providing over $30 million to support the development of new technologies, including our critical minerals potential. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said the Government will fund 16 projects under round 7 of the Cooperative R... read more »

Spotlight on STEM for National Science Week

Australians from all walks of life are invited to celebrate all things science and technology at more than 1,900 registered events across the country for National Science Week.Held from 10-18 August, National Science Week is the annual opportunity for Australians to meet scientists, discuss hot topics, do an experiment and celebrate the social and ... read more »

TRANSCRIPT Interview – ABC Brisbane Mornings with Rebecca Levingston

Topics: technology roundtable, social media privacy, removal of social media abhorrent content E&OE Rebecca Levingston: But at 26 minutes to nine, I want to draw your attention to a meeting- well it’s a public meeting but it’s about your privacy. Big tech giants – Facebook, Google, Twitter – they’re having a sit down with the Federal I... read more »

Backing Smart Energy Resources Projects

The Morrison Government is backing the next generation of Australian technology pioneers by locking in $2 million to help deliver the future of energy resources innovation. The funding has been made available through NERA (National Energy Resources Australia), the Government's Industry Growth Centre for the oil, gas and energy resources sector... read more »

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Radio National Breakfast with Patricia Karvelas

Topics: Australia-China relationship, technology roundtable, research and development tax incentives, Global Talent program E&OE Patricia 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. Wel... 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 »
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