Medical technology and pharmaceuticals are just two sectors where Australia can play to its strengths in the global marketplace, Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane said today, while launching a new robotic system to improve stem cell research at the Centre for Eye Research Australia.
Prominent lawyer and innovation expert David Miles AM has been appointed to lead the review of the Australian Government’s Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Programme.
Minister for Industry Ian Macfarlane said creating new links between industry and research must become more frequent if Australia is to capitalise on its competitive strengths, today launching a ne
Government's second tranche of VET reforms to deliver industry led and job ready skills and training11 September 2014
Industry will have a stronger voice in ensuring Australia’s workforce is skilled, flexible and ready to drive economic growth in the industries of the future, under the Government’s comprehensive reform package for the Vocational Education and Training sector.
Australia’s newest scientific asset, the purpose-built CSIRO marine research vessel the RV Investigator has arrived at its home port of Hobart and will soon be on the water for cutting edge scientific research.
The Australian Government has released a notice indicating the Government’s intention to consider opening a nationwide volunteer process for land owners to nominate land for Australia’s radioactive waste management facility.
The Australian Government is investing in two new innovative training programmes to enable young job seekers in regional communities to successfully get a job and provide employers the skilled employees they need to grow their business.
The Commonwealth Government will invest $200 million each year to establish a new Australian Apprenticeship Support Network to lift apprenticeship completion rates.
Australian businesses now have access to the expertise and experience to build stronger connections between industry and science under the Research Connections stream of the Government’s $484.2 million Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme.
Science and research are at the centre of the Australian Government’s industry policy which is focussed on lifting Australia’s rate of business and research collaboration to deliver commercial outcomes, economic growth and productivity gains.