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An Adelaide-based medical technology start-up has received $50,000 in State Government funding to develop a revolutionary breakthrough in the treatment and possible cure of type 1 diabetes.
A new state-of-the-art Cancer Day Centre that will increase treatment capacity by nearly 30 per cent was unveiled at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital today.
A second year review of progress against the State’s Economic Plan reveals that 10 of 73 objectives under the ten economic priorities have been reached well before the December 2017 deadline.
Job seekers and employers in northern Adelaide will benefit from a Disability Workforce Hub, funded by the State Government, in support of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rollout.
Start-up company, Somark, has developed a breakthrough technology that will greatly improve the efficiency and accuracy of pre-clinical medical research and will establish its development and manufacturing operations at Tonsley, creating 48 new jobs.
Bio Innovation SA is to be given a new name - TechInSA - and broader responsibility to promote and build the State’s growing reputation as a centre for innovation and entrepreneurship.
South Australia can expect to see as many as 12,550 new disability related jobs as a result of the Commonwealth’s National Disability Insurance Scheme, market research shows.
Two leading experts have arrived in South Australia to help projects aimed at putting the State at the forefront of healthcare innovation.
In a major coup for South Australia, a global expert in cell biology has been appointed as part of an international partnership between the University of South Australia and Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).