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Industry news | 11 April 18 | UQ News
An augmented reality platform that brings fans into the match has won the inaugural HYPE UQ SPIN Accelerator Global Pitch competition held during the Commonwealth Games.
Industry news | 10 April 18 | ArtsHub
The health benefits of ballet for older Australians have been demonstrated in a new study conducted by Queensland Ballet and QUT.
Industry news | 09 April 18 | The Chronicle
Toowoomba Regional Libraries has secured a Queensland Government Engaging Science Grant allowing Toowoomba Regional Council to partner with science educator STEMPunks to deliver free drone education workshops across the region.
Industry news | 08 April 18 | The Queensland Times
Queensland start-ups and small businesses can apply for up to $250,000 funding to advance their innovative products and services.
Industry news | 03 April 18 | Pulseitmagazine
Metro North Hospital and Health Service has issued a challenge under the Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) fund for solutions that can help emergency department clinicians make more value-based and evidence-based prescribing decisions.
Industry news | 28 March 18 | The Observer
"A life-changing experience," is how Luis Arroyo, president of Start-up Gladstone, described his recent fact-finding mission to the United States. The experience has convinced him Gladstone could become a hotspot for entrepreneurs.
Industry news | 28 March 18 | ABC Rural
An electronic tracking ear tag being developed for cattle could forever change the way graziers manage both livestock and farmland.
Advance Queensland news | 27 March 18
Queensland startups and small businesses can apply for up to $250,000 funding to advance their innovative products and services under Round 4 of the Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas fund which opened for applications today.
Industry news | 26 March 18 | Beef Central
James Cook University has entered an agreement with commercial and research collaborators to develop and commercialise a 'smart' ear tag for livestock, that by 2020 could greatly change stock monitoring options open to cattle producers.
Industry news | 23 March 18 | The Queensland Times
The lucrative Ipswich Magical Puppy Auction race series moves to round two at the Ipswich Showgrounds tomorrow night.

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