5 December 2016
Australia’s manufacturing sector needs to embrace the opportunities offered by disruption and shift towards high value, knowledge intensive industries, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Craig Laundy has told a university symposium.
New national simplification initiative to make it easier to get on with doing business and creating jobs
18 November 2016
The Turnbull Government has struck a landmark agreement with state and territory governments for a new National Business Simplification Initiative – which will reduce the complexity of regulation for businesses and make dealings with government easier.
16 November 2016
Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Craig Laundy has congratulated 10 start-ups that have been selected to travel to Boston to take part in a highly successful international accelerator program.
3 November 2016
Melbourne-based company Independent Products has won a national award for the excellent work it has done to develop technology that is helping to improve the energy efficiency of air conditioners.
3 November 2016
NASA and other international space agencies will be able to better support robotic and future human missions into the cosmos with the completion and full operation of a new 34-metre antenna dish at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC).
1 November 2016
A leading maritime training facility, a life raft manufacturer, and a winemaker were among the innovative businesses visited by the Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Craig Laundy, during a tour of Tasmania last week.
22 October 2016
A world-first, web-based tool to help entrepreneurs, students, researchers and policy makers explore and analyse Australia’s intellectual property data was released by the Australian Government today.
21 October 2016
An international conference on disruption has been told that its participants are proof that Australia and Australian industry can win by embracing disruptive technologies.
21 September 2016
Sydney manufacturer Romar Engineering and CSIRO have co-invested in a new $1.25 million 3D printer to produce new advanced manufacturing products for the medical and aerospace sectors.
19 September 2016
Detecting sports drugs in elite athletes, keeping our clocks on time, monitoring food allergens and ensuring Australians get what they pay for at the supermarket are just some examples of the varied work of Australia’s National Measurement Institute (NMI).