News Archive: Growth through innovation
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Global technology giant Hewlett Packard has expanded its presence in South Australia, opening their new headquarters in Adelaide as well as opening its new Innovation and Collaboration Centre at the University of South Australia’s Catherine Spence building on North Terrace.
The South Australian Government is looking for innovative proposals from the energy industry to deliver reliable, affordable low-carbon electricity to meet as much as all of the State Government’s electricity use.
South Australia’s leading action on climate change is being highlighted at the official Paris COP21-accredited Australian Climate Leadership Summit.
South Australian company Cohda Wireless has launched breakthrough technology that allows driverless cars to ‘see’ the world like never before.
A life-saving nurse call device designed through a collaboration between Flinders University and Uni SA has received national acclaim.
A University of Adelaide researcher who developed a world-first fertility treatment has won the 2015 Young Investigator Award.
South Australia’s position as a leading global supplier of ‘superfood’ freekeh, a dried cereal-based food, is set to grow.