- Australian manufacturers
- Australian Space Agency
- digital innovation
- Food Manufacturing
- global space race
- making space accessible
- MAPrad prototype device
- medical manufacturing
- Medical Technology
- Monash University School of Physics and Astronomy
- Paranaple Convention Centre
- Parkville Biomedical Precinct
- prototypes for clinical trials
- RMIT University
- Smarter Pharma and Food Manufacturing Project
- space manufacturing
- Tasmanian Export Awards 2021
- Tasmanian government
- the Bionics Institute
- University of Melbourne
- Victorian government
New facility manufactures MedTech prototypes for clinical trials
Neo-Bionica, a new facility opening at St Vincents Hospital, will fast-track the time it takes to develop and trial medical devices, including new treatments for people with diabetes.
Exporters recognised at the Tasmanian Export Awards 2021
Tasmania’s highest achievers in the exporting community have been celebrated at the Tasmanian Export Awards 2021, building capacity within the community and creating further jobs – a key priority under the Tasmanian government’s Trade Strategy 2019-2025.
Driving digital innovation in medical and food manufacturing
The $4 million Faster, Smarter Pharma and Food Manufacturing Project will help drive digital innovation in Victoria’s medicine and food manufacturing industries.
Is this something Australian manufacturers can put into space?
Alexandra Cooper speaks with the Australian Space Agency deputy head, Anthony Murfett, Titomic executive director and CTO, Jeff Lang, and Monash University’s School of Physics and Astronomy associate professor, Michael Brown, to uncover where the opportunities lie for our future in space.
Launching Australia into the global space race
Caroline Tung interviewed researchers at RMIT to find out more about a prototype being developed in Australia that could help determine if humans can settle on the Moon.