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Industry news | 26 August 17 | ABC News
The latest data from Startup Muster, which conducts the largest survey of the Australian start-up ecosystem, said Queensland had overtaken Victoria in the percentage of tech start-ups and now sits second after New South Wales.
Industry news | 26 August 17 | The Gladstone Observer
CHILDREN today will need to be able to perform jobs that don't even exist yet, says Michael Hurst, principal of Boyne Island State School.
Industry news | 26 August 17 | Australian anthill
Startup Onramp plans to expand its successful program nationally as it recently wrapped up its inaugural 12-week pre-accelerator program at The Precinct in Fortitude Valley.
Industry news | 23 August 17 | The North West Star
​Digital Skills for all Queenslanders Regional Roadshow arrives in Mount Isa on Monday August 28 at the Civic Centre.
Industry news | 21 August 17 | Queensland Country Life
The Palaszczuk Government is funding next-generation research to turn sugarcane waste into liquid fuels and chemicals – transforming Queensland’s agricultural industry.
Industry news | 21 August 17 | Gympie Times
GYMPIE region graduates who are leaving school this year, considering a career change or just need a boost to get skills that will get them a job, have just one week left to apply for a TAFE Queensland scholarship for semester one of 2018.
Industry news | 18 August 17 | The Australian
Increasingly, Australians don’t just have pets – they have family members that are animals. These are the markets into which Sunshine Coast-based pet treats maker Huds & Toke is looking to tap, with its range of premium pet treats.
Industry news | 16 August 17 | The North West Star
The North West community will have a chance to see and experience some of the latest technology at a digital innovation roadshow on August 28 at Mount Isa Civic Centre.
Industry news | 14 August 17 | Brisbane Times
Why are successive generations of clever, well-educated women in science, technology, engineering, maths and science not reaching senior levels in their field? That vexing question will be tackled by some of Queensland's leading engineers, medical practitioners and scientists on Monday in an event hosted by Women in STEMM Australia, as part of National Science Week.
Industry news | 07 August 17 | Manufacturers’ Monthly
The Queensland government said that their local SMEs are benefitting from a state government’s investment in a remotely piloted aircraft project with Boeing.
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