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Advance Queensland news | 29 August 18
A detailed report into the future of Queensland’s jobs market highlights the growing demand for government-backed innovation to drive the state forward, with up to one million new jobs projected to be created by 2038, says Innovation Minister Kate Jones.
Advance Queensland news | 29 August 18
The Palaszczuk Government has today launched a comprehensive review into the state’s innovation system as part of a plan to ensure the state’s multi-million-dollar investment in innovation diversifies the state’s economy over the next 30 years.
Advance Queensland news | 28 August 18
A weight control program for dogs is one of the 70 innovations that received backing through more than $8.3 million in Palaszczuk Government innovation funding announced this month.
Industry news | 27 August 18 | PV Magazine Australia
Following the signing of an assistance agreement between the Queensland Government and international consortium Imperium 3, a $2 billion lithium-ion battery factory is one step closer to reality.
Industry news | 27 August 18 | Manufacturers' Monthly
A proposed $2-billion lithium-ion battery manufacturing facility in Townsville has moved closer to becoming a reality with the Queensland government today announcing an assistance agreement with the international consortium funding the project.
Industry news | 27 August 18 | Australia Investing News
The Queensland government has made further progress in a potential AU$2-billion deal that would see a lithium-ion battery factory built and operated in Townsville.
Industry news | 27 August 18 | Food & Beverage Industry News
A Brisbane-based ethical food business, which helps connect local farmers with local buyers, plans to be Australia’s first community-owned food hub.
Industry news | 22 August 18 | Spatial Source
Boeing has conducted test flights of an Australian-developed command and control system on fixed-wing UAVs in regional Queensland.
Industry news | 21 August 18 | IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
Boeing announced on 17 August that it had completed the first series of test flights under a partnership between the company and the Australian state of Queensland to develop autonomous technologies.
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.
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