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CSL looking to help fight Ebola virus
Editorial
16/10/14 - Melbourne-based biotech manufacturer CSL says it is looking at how it can help fight the deadly Ebola virus.
​Deregulation in competitiveness agenda welcomed by medical device, chemical industries
Editorial
15/10/14 - The federal government’s Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda has included an initiative to remove red tape around product approvals.
CSL to spend $210 m on Broadmeadows plant expansion
Editorial
09/10/14 - ​Biotherapies company CSL has announced that it will expand its Broadmeadows factory and create around 200 manufacturing jobs.
Hospira calls for industry minister to lead medicines manufacturing taskforce
Editorial
18/09/14 - Industry minister Ian Macfarlane has inspected the progress at a line upgrade at Hospira’s Mulgrave plant.
Technical colleges, apprenticeships on competitiveness agenda
Editorial
14/09/14 - ​Federal Cabinet has approved the federal government’s competitiveness agenda.
Arcam acquires medical 3D printed implant manufacturer
Editorial
05/09/14 - ​Sweden’s Arcam, a maker of electron beam melting additive manufacturing systems, will move into medical implant manufacturing.
Sonic Health Plus delivers more onsite and elsewhere
Editorial
04/09/14 - ​Sonic Health Plus is currently highlighting some recent case studies based on its clinical services, site services and specialised services.
Smit Röntgen able to 3D print in tungsten
Editorial
03/09/14 - Netherlands-based medical imaging components firm Smit Röntgen has announced that it is able to now 3d print parts out of pure tungsten.
Peking University implants boy with 3D printed vertebra
Editorial
20/08/14 - ​A Beijing university hospital has successfully implanted a 3D printed vertebra in a 12-year-old boy, claiming the effort as a world first.
CSL chooses high-cost Switzerland over Australia for new plant
Editorial
18/08/14 - ​Biotherapies company CSL has decided to build a new, $500 million plant in Switzerland due to factors including a lower corporate tax rate.
AIM Incentive aims to increase local commercialisation
Editorial
14/08/14 - ​A group representing Australian medical manufacturers and exporters has proposed taxation changes to a Senate inquiry into Australia’s innovation system.
Hidden Champions series part 2: Anatomics
Editorial
06/08/14 - ​Anatomics occupies a demanding niche, providing custom products that help surgeons do their job, and exports to 20 countries.

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