News Archive: Growth through innovation
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Local nanosatellite company Fleet Space Technologies will construct a new mission control centre in Adelaide, creating 17 ongoing jobs in IT and advanced manufacturing and five additional jobs during construction.
Adelaide-based Entech Electronics will double its local production capacity with the help of a $1.75 million Future Jobs Fund grant, creating 60 direct jobs in advanced manufacturing.
In an Australian first, the Royal Adelaide Hospital will be home to a new 3D organ printer which promises to revolutionise treatment for people with Type 1 diabetes.
Eyre Peninsula Seafoods can now expand its mussel market internationally with the introduction of value-adding, innovative technology thanks to a $500,000 grant from the State Government’s Regional Development Fund.
Seven South Australian school teams have been shortlisted and selected to build and send experiments into space as part of the SA Schools Space Mission.
The Art Gallery of South Australia is now being powered with the help of large-scale smart energy storage from South Australian company SIMEC ZEN Energy.
South Australian defence businesses will promote their capabilities to some of the world’s leading defence companies at the three-day Pacific Maritime Exhibition in Sydney, starting today.
South Australia is establishing the nation’s first dedicated centre to grow the local space economy and create future high-tech jobs.
New silent radar technology to protect soldiers and manage commercial air traffic will be brought to market with the help of $200,000 from the South Australian Early Commercialisation Fund.
Jobs in emerging industries will be the focus of South Australia’s biggest employment and careers exhibition: JOBEX.