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A South Australian equipment supplier to the minerals and resources industry says the decision to base its new Component Rebuild Centre at Gepps Cross is a clear sign of confidence in the sector’s future.
The Government is favouring a shift to Eastern Standard Time following the consideration of two reports into the benefits or difficulties a potential change in time zone could cause.
An alliance between the University of South Australia and SA Pathology is helping advance research into the debilitating condition lymphoedema.
A Master of Information Technology graduate has been named the inaugural recipient of the Edith Dornwell Internship for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
An exciting research program aimed at improving soil to dramatically increase crop production is set to expand, after demonstrating at least a doubling of grain yield in its first season of trials.
The world’s first research centre dedicated to combating Queensland fruit fly is a step closer, with the State Government signing an agreement with Horticulture Innovation Australia to build and manage the $3.8 million National Sterile Insect Technology (SIT) facility at Port Augusta.
Australian registered training organisation Evocca College has launched its first bricks and mortar campus in South Australia.
There’s been strong interest in a new grants program aimed at helping South Australian companies strengthen their export markets.
The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) and the Women in Resources South Australia Committee (WinRSA) have announced the finalists for the inaugural South Australian Women in Resources State Awards.
Innovative start-ups in the United States have expressed interest in South Australia’s connectivity and creativity after a Government-led visit to Boston last week.