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Automation and Robotics Precinct open, infrastructure delayed

Test beds at the Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct are open for business but work on supporting infrastructure work is still ongoing. In July 2020, the Western Australian...

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UTS, USyd join US quantum ‘yardstick’ project

Quantum researchers from two Sydney universities will team with the US defence research agency and tech giants to develop better ways of measuring the race towards fault-tolerant...

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Industry-led research is key to improved economic outcomes

In its short history, Australia has built a proud tradition of research excellence across our institutions. In mainstream commentary we tell ourselves that in research, we "punch above...

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The missing piece in NSW’ grand innovation plan

New South Wales is on track to become Australia’s first trillion-dollar state economy by the end of the decade, and the government wants to get there sooner and double the mark in...

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Calls for new innovation patents after old scheme abolished

There are fresh calls for a new innovation patent scheme to be launched by the federal government to help local SMEs protect their inventions, after the previous scheme was officially...

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ANU puts a spotlight on student tech solutions

The Australian National University’s Tech Showcase has put a spotlight on innovations being worked on by students, giving them the opportunity to connect with the wider...