News Archive: Growth through innovation
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A landmark three-dimensional geophysical model that takes in the whole of South Australia to a depth of 100km has been launched.
Adelaide’s new city high school, which is on track to welcome students in term 1 of 2019, will boast cutting-edge learning spaces focused on science and health studies, as well as environmentally friendly buildings and outdoor areas.
Adelaide has officially partnered with the world’s biggest festival city, Edinburgh, with several agreements signed today between the two festival powerhouses.
The University of South Australia’s Future Industries Institute will receive $7.5 million in funding to develop new industries and create jobs for the future.
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.
A unique tourism experience incorporating a new state-of-the-art facility and cellar door will be established in the Adelaide Hills.
South Australia’s Investment Attraction Agency has secured 10 major investments, generating more than 3800 jobs and in excess of $950 million in new investment for the State since its inception 12 months ago – all without having to spend any additional Government funds.
Ten northern Adelaide-based start-ups will share in grants of $159,000 to help make their business dreams a reality, while two established businesses will share in a total of $120,000 to expand their operations and create jobs.
Three government-owned buildings – State Library of South Australia, the Art Gallery of South Australia and Adelaide High School – will be fitted with battery storage demonstration systems, in what is believed to be a national first.