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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.
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.
Industry news | 20 March 18 | Innovationaus.com
One of Australia’s most successful young companies was famously born when its University age founder left his bedroom light on each night, working around the clock on his fledgling startup.
Industry news | 10 February 18 | The Morning Bulletin
The 117-year-old Customs House in Rockhampton has undergone a transformation. After serving the community in a different location since 2016, Rockhampton's very own Smart Hub has officially been opened.
Industry news | 30 January 18
Oji Fibre Solutions is about to open a new $72m cardboard packaging factory on the Gold Coast, with the help of the state government’s Advance Queensland Industry Attraction Fund (AQIAF).
Industry news | 29 January 18 | iTnews
Brisbane Airport will soon allow travellers to pay with cryptocurrency at retail outlets in its air terminals.
Industry news | 24 January 18 | Brisbane Times
Divvito is an app for divorcees with shared children. Developed by a Brisbane tech start-up, the app aims to help parents to communicate more thoughtfully, by bringing the benefits of email to instant messaging.
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