- Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE)
- Australian Industrial Businesses
- Bearing Surface Technology
- better treatment
- Boosting the Next Generation of Women in STEM
- Business Research and Innovation Initiative (BRII)
- Dup15q syndromes
- early diagnosis
- federal government
- Hemp Squared
- Hidden River Estate
- manufacturing growth
- Margaret River Free Range Eggs
- Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI)
- new funding
- new technologies
- Prader Willi
- rare genetic disorders
- RCR Mining Technologies
- RED Grants
- regulatory processes
- Ross Lee
- scalable test
- South-west businesses
- Victorian government
- WA government
- women's leadership
Black Insert Bearings for a robust harvest season
Australian harvesters are producing in every season. Particularly in Queensland and South Australia, the climate is ideal for robust yields year-round.
MCRI develop scalable test to screen genetic disorders in babies
Researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) have developed a new screening method to identify three rare genetic disorders in babies, leading to earlier diagnosis and better treatment.
WA invests in South-west manufacturing growth
In the latest round of Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants, delivered by the WA government, five South-west businesses will share in $549,181 to take their operations to the next level.
ATSE to Elevate women’s leadership in STEM under new funding
The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) has been named the sole implementing partner for the federal government’s 7-year $41.2 million “Boosting the Next Generation of Women in STEM” fund, through a transformational program named Elevate.
Business Research and Innovation funding cuts regulatory burdens
The latest round of the federal government’s Business Research and Innovation Initiative (BRII) will benefit 17 businesses with over $1.6 million in support for the early-stage development of technologies that reduce regulatory processes.