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Australia leading the charge in developing ground-breaking battery technology

24 July 2017

The Turnbull Government is helping Australian innovators develop cutting-edge technology that could help revolutionise battery storage and lead to a new generation of innovative products.

Applications open for grants to inspire young Australians in science

21 July 2017

The Australian Government’s Sponsorship Grants for Student Science Engagement and International Competitions is now open for applications.

Top International Science School award goes to India

14 July 2017

I have great pleasure in congratulating Poorvi Hebba on receiving the prestigious Len Basser Prize for Science Leadership at the Professor Harry Messel International Science School at the University of Sydney.

Expert review of Australia’s space industry capabilities to participate in global market

13 July 2017

The Australian Government today announced it will review the nation’s space industry capability to develop a long-term plan to grow this important and exciting sector.

Securing the future of Australian optical astronomy

11 July 2017

 The Australian Government has today entered a ‘big science’ strategic partnership to provide Australian astronomers with long-term access to the world’s best optical telescopes and sustain our place at the forefront of global optical astronomy.

Data shows growth in research industry links

10 July 2017

Data collected by my department from Australian research organisations shows positive growth in researcher-industry collaborations in 2015.

Government welcomes sale of Arrium

5 July 2017

The Government welcomes KordaMentha’s announcement today that GFG Alliance will be the new owner of the Arrium companies, which includes the Whyalla steel works.

Government helps advance our manufacturing sector

5 July 2017

The Australian Government is rolling out its further $100 million investment in the nation’s advanced manufacturing sector.

Women Science Superstars set to inspire girls to study STEM

3 July 2017

Thirty Australian women Science Superstars announced today will lead the charge in inspiring more young women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

$28.8 million for business–research collaboration to benefit industry

26 June 2017

The Australian Government will invest $28.8 million in 13 projects to assist businesses and research institutions collaborate on new technology solutions, including a better test for prostate cancer, a portable 3D metal manufacturing solution that will help build remote housing, and a new way to turn solid waste into sustainable diesel fuel.