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TCMU’s FIRST LEGO League program provides children the opportunity to learn more about science and engineering
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20/11/18 - AFL Telecommunications awarded a grant of $3,500 to The Children’s Museum of the Upstate (TCMU) to support TCMU’s after-school STEM education programs.
Grants worth $10.6 m announced to help commercialise novel IP
03/06/15 - ​The first round of the federal government’s Accelerating Commercialisation programme grants, totalling $10.6 million, has been announced.
New Innovative Manufacturing CRC gets go-ahead
26/05/15 - ​Long-awaited funding of $40 million for the Innovative Manufacturing CRC has been announced at today’s CRC Association annual conference.
Philmac announces $9.6 m investment, 30 new SA jobs
21/05/15 - ​​Specialist valve and fitting manufacturer Philmac has announced it will invest $9.6 million in its South Australian facilities.
Bega Cheese, Cochlear among 19 winners in $50 m of manufacturing grants
21/05/15 - ​19 successful applicants for the first round of the Manufacturing Transition Program were awarded nearly $50 million yesterday.
Government accepts CRC review, welcomes commercial focus
20/05/15 - ​The Miles Review of the CRC Program has been released, with the government accepting all of its recommendations, which “put industry front and centre”.
Tas government's $3 million response to Caterpillar's Burnie sackings
20/05/15 - ​The Tasmanian government has allocated $3 million in its upcoming budget to assist the North West region.
Australia needs entrepreneurship, knowledge-based manufacturing: policy expert
16/03/15 - University of technology, Sydney’s Business School Dean, Professor Roy Green, has said knowledge-based manufacturing and entrepreneurship are vital.
Ethan Automotive wants Automotive Transformation Scheme changed
13/03/15 - ​Ethan Automotive is reportedly seeking $600 million from the federal government for a planned Edinburgh Parks factory.
“Shame on us”: business scathing on science cuts, govt divided over NCRIS "ransom"
13/03/15 - ​There is reportedly division among senior ministers on whether the NCRIS should be cut, as promised, if higher education reforms don’t pass the Senate.
$3 million modular bathroom factory expansion to create 100 new jobs in VIC
13/03/15 - ​As many as 100 new jobs will be created in a ​Sync Building Systems factory expansion in Brooklyn.
Tasmanian businesses benefitting from Federal Government funding
12/03/15 - Tasmanian businesses have received $13 million in grants from the Innovation and Investment Fund.

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