Export hub to help businesses make mark overseas

A Melbourne export hub will help small and medium businesses better access international markets due to funding from the Morrison Government.Wantirna’s Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited will receive $1.5 million from the Coalition‘s Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Export Hubs Initiative.... read more »

Australia's commitment to world's largest telescope

Australia has joined six other nations in signing an international treaty committing to the construction of the world’s largest science facility - the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).The Convention, signed by Australia, China, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa and the United Kingdom, will establish the SKA Observa... read more »

Space Agency and ACT sign pivotal agreement

The Australian Space Agency and ACT Government have set a trajectory to further drive the growth of Australia’s space sector with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today.The MoU will establish a framework of cooperation in the development of space-related industries as the Australian Space Agency looks to s... read more »

CSIRO’s Data61 launches new robotics research facility

Australia’s robotics research capabilities will receive a boost with CSIRO’S Data61 unveiling a new Robotics Innovation Centre in Brisbane. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews welcomed Data61’s unveiling of the new 600 square metre purpose-built research facility for robotics and autonomous syst... read more »

TRANSCRIPT ABC – QandA program with Annabel Crabb

Panelists: Minister Karen Andrews, Linda Burney, Sarah Hanson-Young, Nicole Livingstone and Sabina Shugg E&OE. *Check against delivery*Annabel Crabb: Good evening and welcome to Q and A. I’m Annabel Crabb. Here to answer your questions tonight Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Olympian and head of the Women’s AFL ... read more »

Young Australians value STEM for the future

Young Australians are keen on pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and careers, and these skills are seen as important to get a good job, according to a new national survey. These were among the key findings of a survey of 2000 people aged between 12 to 25 and their attitudes to STE... read more »

Indigenous STEM Awards honour culture and science

A remote Northern Territory school with a bilingual science program is one of 12 winners announced at today’s Indigenous STEM Awards.Areyonga School, which teaches science in Pitjantjatjara and English, won the School Award and will receive $10,000 to link local Indigenous knowledge to the curriculum, developing inquir... read more »

TRANSCRIPT - ABC Gold Coast - Subjects: Women in the Liberal Party, Moncrieff pre-selection

E&OENicole Dyer: Does the Liberal Party need quotas to ensure that it has enough women in its ranks? When it comes to numbers and women, the Party does not have a good record with only one in five of its Federal representatives being female. Three years ago, Liberals set a non-enforceable target of 50 per cent female ca... read more »

Innovative companies rise to the challenge

An intensive 12-week program to support companies with proven solutions for the mining and energy sectors has begun today in Brisbane and Perth.The RISE Accelerator Program is backed by the Liberal National Government and involves 17 Resources Innovators, Scale-ups and Entrepreneurs (RISE). RISE participants are Australian ... read more »

New deal with Indonesia boosts Australian Industry

Australian industries will benefit from duty free access for many steel, iron, copper and plastic products as part of the landmark Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) signed today. IA-CEPA will deliver significant benefits to Australia’s manufacturing and resources sectors. Minister fo... read more »
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