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Advance Queensland news | 13 July 18
The Palaszczuk Government has thrown out the challenge to Queensland businesses to identify digital solutions for issues ranging from monitoring the health of local communities to devising new navigational tools and even measuring the age of fish.
Advance Queensland news | 13 July 18
An energy and mining specialist based at Paget in Mackay has developed a fully self‑contained “EcoHabitat” living unit generating its own electricity through solar power.
Advance Queensland news | 12 July 18
Pioneering new software to help digital forensic investigations by police and cyber investigators is being backed by the Palaszczuk Government.
Advance Queensland news | 12 July 18
Advance Queensland Hot DesQ participant and crowdfunding pioneer PledgeMe has made history as the only female-led equity crowdfunding platform to be licensed in Australia.
Advance Queensland news | 10 July 18
Tech entrepreneurs in regional Queensland will be given a leg-up as part of a new Palaszczuk Government program announced today by Innovation Minister Kate Jones.
Advance Queensland news | 10 July 18
A family-run Brisbane business that developed an environmentally-friendly plastic mulch film that saves farmers time and money is set to take on the world with the help of an Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas Fund.
Industry news | 10 July 18 | Technology Decisions
Hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants will be awarded to Queensland tech innovators as part of a new government scheme. The Startup Onramp Regional Queensland Program will help start-ups to acquire the knowledge, skills and connections they need to grow their business.
Advance Queensland news | 10 July 18
The Palaszczuk Government will fund two innovative Queensland companies to develop and test technology to support students with a disability in rural and remote locations.
Industry news | 09 July 18 | Computerworld
The Queensland government has committed to developing “drone zones” for commercial tests of aerial drone technology.
Industry news | 06 July 18 | Manufacturers’ Monthly
Automotive accessory manufacturer EGR Group is expanding its national automotive hub in Brisbane, thanks to the Queensland Government’s $105 million Advance Queensland Industry Attraction Fund.

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