The South Australian Government has witnessed Flinders University sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to create an international node of the successful Medical Devices Partnering Program (MDPP).
News releases - Martin Hamilton-Smith
South Australia’s powerhouse industry sectors, including agriculture, food and wine, defence, professional services, and education, research and development, will be the focus of a business mission to South East Asia this week.
South Australia will play a leading role in Singapore at a conference aimed at exploring new opportunities from emerging technologies, and their impact on skills and international trade.
Markets in the Republic of Korea, Japan and Taiwan in North East Asia will be targeted in a new plan to increase trade and uncover opportunities.
The South Australian Government will push ahead with plans for a local industry node of a future Australian Space Agency after yet more inaction by the Federal Government.
Creating opportunities to maximise local industry participation for the upcoming Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) program will be the focus of Dutch ship designer and project contender Damen’s visit to South Australia today.
Bright young minds from around the country will be exposed to high-tech job opportunities in the state’s lucrative space and defence industries at the Aerospace Futures (AF) conference in Adelaide, starting tomorrow.
The State Government has partnered with SA-based fintech company Tic: Toc and the Bendigo Adelaide Bank to bring 200 new jobs and investment in banking to South Australia.
Ex-Service Organisations, regional and metropolitan councils, RSL sub-branches and schools are among the 37 recipients of the latest State Government Anzac Day Commemoration Fund grants.
More than $471,000 has gone to South Australian industry associations including food, wine, manufacturing and small business to help their members develop new markets and grow jobs.
The State Government welcomes today’s announcement by Minister Pyne that $50 million will be invested in a new research centre on trusted autonomous systems but the key decisions still need to be made on the submarine and ship building program with particular regard to Australian industry capability.
A new bill to ensure subcontractors get paid fairly and on time and another giving improved protections to retail and commercial tenants will be introduced into State Parliament this week.