Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO Media Releases
23 June 2017
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator Arthur Sinodinos, said last night at the 2nd Annual Fintech Awards that Australian FinTech companies should aim to be the best in the world.
20 June 2017
I am delighted to announce that experienced environmental engineer Dr Paul Hardisty has been appointed as the CEO of the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) for the next five years, commencing 24 July 2017.
19 June 2017
Today I congratulated 27 of Australia’s top students as they prepare to compete in the 2017 International Science, Mathematics and Informatics Olympiads.
19 June 2017
A new medical drink to manage dementia and a website security program to protect against automated attacks are among 24 innovative Australian businesses to receive a $11.2 million kick start to commercialise products for Australian and international markets.
15 June 2017
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator Arthur Sinodinos, welcomes KordaMentha’s announcement of a preferred bidder for Arrium Australia, which includes the Whyalla steelworks.
13 June 2017
A new report estimates that venture capital investment is $1 billion this financial year providing vital funds to commercialise cutting-edge research and drive new areas of growth and jobs.
2 June 2017
Last year, the Government tasked the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to develop a Low Emissions Technology Roadmap to highlight areas of potential growth in Australia’s clean technology sector, map the development of new emissions reduction technologies and identify opportunities to be part of future global energy supply chains.
30 May 2017
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Arthur Sinodinos, today visited shoppers to see first-hand the roll out of the new country of origin labels, which are designed to give consumers clearer and more meaningful origin information about the products they buy.
30 May 2017
Four Australian innovation incubators will boost the services they offer start-ups with $1.4 million in grants provided under the Australian Government’s $23 million Incubator Support initiative.
27 May 2017
The development of a promising new treatment for peanut allergy in children will be the first project to receive $10 million in funding under the Turnbull Government’s Biomedical Translation Fund (BTF).