News Archive: Growth through innovation
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Another 52 schools are receiving their share of the $250 million to upgrade their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) facilities.
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.
A free app which forewarns drivers when they are approaching congestion and traffic delays has won the Government Award at the 2016 Intelligent Transport Systems Australia National Awards.
A State Government trade, investment and defence delegation headed to the UK and France recently to attract new investment to South Australia, grow the more than $1 billion annual exports to the region and create local jobs.
Yalumba Family Vignerons (Yalumba) today celebrated the mid-point of installation of a 1.4 MW array of solar panels in Angaston, the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) system at any winery in Australia.
South Australia’s best and brightest entrepreneurs, futurists and technologists came together this week for the inaugural Adelaide Bizruption event.
Community and business organisations, government and universities will come together this month to explore how open and transparent decision making, innovation and enterprise can address our state’s future challenges.
The South Australian Government will invite companies, industry bodies, research institutions and other organisations to submit creative proposals that will accelerate the development and implementation of connected and autonomous vehicle technology.
A landmark agreement between the State Government and internet applications development organisation US Ignite will usher in a new era of collaboration and information sharing.