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Industry news | 17 August 18 | My Sunshine Coast
The government’s Australian-first Hot DesQ program aimed at luring some of the world’s best startup talent to Queensland will open up for a third round of funding.
Industry news | 17 August 18 | Queensland Police News
A new not-for-profit book series aims to educate and inspire kids about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Advance Queensland news | 16 August 18
A Queensland startup that’s developed plant-breeding technology that could make many of the world’s crops drought and virus resistant has received backing from the Palaszczuk Government to rapidly progress its technology to export overseas.
Advance Queensland news | 16 August 18
The government’s Australian-first Hot DesQ program aimed at luring some of the world’s best startup talent to Queensland will open up for a third round of funding at midday today (14 August).
Advance Queensland news | 13 August 18
Powerwells, which has developed a solar-powered battery pack from e-waste, was one of 10 startups from Redland and Logan to participate at Myriad earlier this year, through the Palaszczuk Government’s Advancing Regional Innovation Program.
Industry news | 13 August 18 | Beef Central
The trial is part of research and development partnerships with Meat & Livestock Australia Conor Company and Advance Queensland.
Advance Queensland news | 09 August 18
As part of the government’s strategy to make Queensland the drone capital of Australia, the world’s leading minds in drone technology will converge on Brisbane for one of the largest unmanned automated vehicle conferences on the globe.
Advance Queensland news | 08 August 18
A Bundaberg graphic designer has created an innovative app to help women who have endometriosis manage their condition.
Advance Queensland news | 08 August 18
An innovative Clontarf mechanical firm is changing the way transport industries test wheel brakes with its wireless system that’s already being used throughout Australia and may soon make its way to China.
Industry news | 08 August 18 | Griffith News
This year’s National Science Week program sees the launch of Wetland Wanders, a Griffith University project supported by Advance Queensland that unites art, science and technology in an exhibition exploring the rich diversity of Queensland’s wetlands.
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