News Archive: Growth through innovation
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Two of the nation’s leading research centres are relocating to Adelaide, with the Federal Government basing offices of both the Grains Research and Development Corporation and Fisheries Research and Development Corporation in South Australia.
South Australian start-up ScreenAway is partnering with leading local manufacturer Adelaide Tooling to deliver its ground-breaking product to the world.
The common contact lens could be transformed into the next generation of consumer electronics – in a move that has the potential to bring personal, wearable, computer technologies one step closer.
A partnership between Flinders University and local company Fluoro Medical, has yielded exciting results that could lead to the creation of up to 25 jobs over the next three to five years.
South Australia’s ground-breaking Tonsley innovation district has received further international acclaim, winning the 2015 World Architecture News Award for Adaptive Reuse.
A leading figure in South Australia’s manufacturing industry will head the state’s new medical device industry alliance, MedDev.
The South Australian Government is investing $750,000 to support innovation in the mining and energy resource sector.
The State Government is investing $12 million to help more companies establish operations at South Australia’s world-renowned Tonsley innovation hub.
A new initiative has been launched to support South Australian companies seeking to tap into more than $250 billion worth of mining projects around the world and copper exploration has become a focus under the Plan for Accelerating Exploration (PACE).
A landmark plan released today sets out how South Australia will achieve $10 billion investment in low carbon generation by 2025.