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New visa scheme to attract highly skilled global talent

19 March 2018

A new visa scheme to attract highly skilled global talent and deliver innovation to Australia will be piloted from 1 July of this year.

Australia and ASEAN driving digital trade

16 March 2018

The Turnbull Coalition Government today announced a joint initiative with the ten countries of ASEAN to promote digital trade and support inclusive economic growth in our region.

'Sunrise Industries' - Capitalising on new emerging industries in the ASEAN region

16 March 2018

Personal health and ageing, next generation energy storage and autonomous systems are just some of the emerging high-growth industries identified in a new report that will fuel future regional growth and job creation in our region.

New partnership to drive better healthcare research and development

13 March 2018

The Turnbull Government has set up a new advisory board to work with the United States to promote technology and innovation in healthcare.

Advisory group to help advance women in industry, innovation and science

13 March 2018

The Industry, Innovation and Science Women’s Advisory Roundtable is meeting today in Sydney.

Reducing food waste through innovation and collaboration

7 March 2018

A project by Queensland-based Freeze Dry Industries to find new ways to reduce food waste in Australia will receive funding from Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL), the Food and Agribusiness Growth Centre.

Annual search for top scientists and STEM teachers begins

22 February 2018

Nominations for Australia’s most prestigious science awards, the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are now open.

Investing in resources innovation

21 February 2018

Eight projects to boost cross-industry innovation, collaboration and sustainability in the resources sector will share in $2.1 million of government funding.

Australian Astronomers setting their sights high

21 February 2018

The Turnbull Government’s strategic partnership with the European Southern Observatory (ESO) is producing returns for our investment in astronomical research.