Students will train at places in STEM to help grow the skilled workforce to deliver the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine pathway.

Additional university places to grow AUKUS workforce

Thousands more students will train at 16 Australian universities through the allocation of an additional 4,001 Commonwealth supported places in STEM courses to help grow the skilled workforce required to deliver the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine pathway.
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Engineers Australia welcomes Australian Government's announcement of investment to fund university places to help power the AUKUS workforce.

Engineers Australia applauds Government’s investment in AUKUS education

Peak engineering body, Engineers Australia, has today welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement of $128.5 million investment over four years to fund 4,000 additional university places to help power the AUKUS workforce.
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Connecting Victoria to the World report highlights the critical role of trade and investment in driving economic growth and creating jobs.

Construction begins on $40m robotics and advanced manufacturing centre

The new Big Build $40 million Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing Centre at Eagle Farm TAFE will train and upskill Queensland’s manufacturing workforce to embrace automation and Industry 4.0, Queensland Government’s initiatives for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Atomic electronics pioneer awarded Prime Minister’s Prize for Science

UNSW Sydney Scientia Professor Michelle Simmons has been named the winner of the annual 2023 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science for her achievements in creating the field of atomic electronics, with a mission to create the world’s first error-corrected quantum computer here in Australia.

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UNSW researchers elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering

Three UNSW Sydney academics have been appointed Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) for their outstanding contributions to structural engineering, media compression technology and water management.

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UOA researchers recognised by the ATSE for technological innovations

Three University of Adelaide researchers have been recognised by the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences (ATSE) for their cutting-edge work in the diverse areas of ocean conservation, energy storage, and decarbonisation transformation in heavy industry.

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Discovering the most efficient electric car – Deakin University competes in Bridgestone World Solar Challenge

Deakin University’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Iain Martin has farewelled 14 students and six staff from the School of Engineering as they set off to take part in the 2023 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge (BWSC), a design competition to discover the world’s most efficient electrical car.
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Queensland manufacturer awarded $635,500 dollars by State Government

During Queensland Manufacturing Month, Manufacturing Minister Glenn Butcher visited the first Made in Queensland (MiQ) Round 5 recipient, Chair Solutions who were awarded $635,500 to purchase new equipment to help expand their capabilities and grow their business.
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The government announced a $2 billion expansion in critical minerals, which will solidify Australia's position as a world leading provider.

Anthony Albanese addresses the National Reconstruction Fund

Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese and Member for Newcastle, Sharon Claydon, addressed the National Reconstruction Fund (NRF) at a press conference at Varley in Newcastle yesterday.
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The future of Australia’s manufacturing – Modern Manufacturing Expo 2023 heads into its final day

Sydney’s Modern Manufacturing expo 2023 (MME23) is well underway, as it heads into its second and final day. The expo has already highlighted
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Digital engineering firm, Kadego-Cadgile, launches new global company and brand name

One of South Australia’s leading end-to-end engineering firm Kadego-Cadgile will operate under a new global company and brand name – Ekium.
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German drivetrain specialist, Flender, opens new 1,800 square metre facility in Sydney

German drivetrain specialist, Flender, further expands production and service capacities in Australia by opening a new facility in Sydney.
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