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Advance Queensland news | 12 June 18
The Palaszczuk Government is increasing its efforts to attract business to the state with a $40 million boost in the State Budget for the Advance Queensland Industry Attraction Fund.
Industry news | 11 June 18 | The Australian
Pioneers in artificial intelligence and advanced robotics will share in a $50 million funding boost to spur technological innovation in Queensland’s budget tomorrow, as the state government attempts to diversify the state’s economy away from volatile coal royalties.
Advance Queensland news | 06 June 18
The Palaszczuk Government will fund two innovative companies to develop high-tech systems to monitor commercial fishing location, effort and catch.
Advance Queensland news | 06 June 18
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a new film and television production studio will be established in Brisbane.
Advance Queensland news | 05 June 18
Queensland biotechnology companies have been given the chance to pitch to international venture capitalists at a special Life Sciences Queensland event, part of the 2018 BIO International Convention in Boston.
Advance Queensland news | 05 June 18
Queensland’s move to develop a strong innovation-driven entrepreneurial ecosystem has received a boost, with the state set to welcome international teams in The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP) in 2019.
Advance Queensland news | 02 June 18
Medical conditions ranging from breast cancer to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder could be diagnosed much more quickly through research being done by Queensland researchers working with US artificial intelligence technology.
Advance Queensland news | 24 May 18
Queensland’s multi-billion dollar agriculture and food sector now has a new 10-year research, development and extension (RD&E) action plan to move forward and meet the challenges of the future.
Advance Queensland news | 22 May 18
The Palaszczuk Government’s $700,000 investment into the grower-led Sandy Creek water quality monitoring project is reaping benefits for Mackay Whitsunday waterways, local growers and the Great Barrier Reef.
Advance Queensland news | 21 May 18
Queensland continues to establish itself as the most entrepreneurial state in Australia as the International Conference on Robotics and Automation officially opens at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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