RSS News Briefs from InnovationAUS

  • Q-CTRL to take quantum tech to the Moon
    Local firm Q-CTRL will send its quantum tech to the Moon as part of an Australian consortium working on NASA’s Artemis program. The Sydney-based startup has developed quantum sensing and navigation technologies that can be applied to space exploration and has teamed up with the Seven Sisters space industry consortium to send them to space... […]
  • Manufacturing Fund opens for critical minerals
    The $1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Fund is now open for rare earth and critical minerals projects as the government looks to “hard-wire” Australia into the global supply chain of the crucial resource. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Industry Minister Karen Andrews on Thursday morning unveiled the national manufacturing roadmap for resources technology and critical minerals,... […]
  • Qld to retain its chief entrepreneur
    The Queensland government has categorically denied reports it is axing the state’s Chief Entrepreneur position, saying it is currently recruiting for someone to fill the role. Reports in the Queensland papers on Thursday morning stated that the government had dissolved part of the Office of the Chief Entrepreneur, which was established in 2016, and scrapped... […]

RSS News Briefs from Inside Small Business

  • The small business guide to international expansion
    The rise of global eCommerce is making international expansion increasingly viable for even the smallest business with an online presence. The post The small business guide to international expansion appeared first on Inside Small Business.
  • Tech time for farmers
    Farmbot uses state-of-the-art IoT monitors alongside advanced software, algorithms and satellites to monitor on-farm assets and resources. The post Tech time for farmers appeared first on Inside Small Business.

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