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Technical Teaching and Training Equipment for Engineering from Bestech Australia
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A complete package of trainers and simulators along with computer based courseware
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Bestech Australia provides the latest in measurement and control technology to the Australian and NZ market. Bestech Australia are focused to meet the instrumentation needs of customers in: Research and Education, Automotive, Metal Industry, ...
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Ferret.com.au is Australia's largest and leading online directory for the manufacturing, mining, and industrial sectors. Ferret.com.au comprises the most current information on products and services across a broad range of industries, and provides qualified ...
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Re-Engineering Australia Foundation (REA) operates as a non-profit organisation specialising in the promotion and support of automation engineering, science technology and mathematics training courses linking their programs to schools, industry and TAFE.
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The School of Science and Engineering, situated at the university's Mt Helen, Ballarat campus is one of the oldest schools at the University. Highly qualified and dedicated staff support academic programs and research in the areas of earth, environmental, ...
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Since 1928 Duff & MacIntosh have provided an ever growing range of Instrumentation, Sensors and Education products. Their range includes flow instrumentation, level instrumentation, pressure instrumentation, temperature instrumentation, ...
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Labor’s plans for science, technology, maths education well-meaning but misguided
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18/05/15 - A heavy focus of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s budget reply speech on Thursday night was preparing for the future with STEM education.
Cut tax on small business by 5pc: Bill Shorten
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15/05/15 - Labor would cut the tax on small business to 25 per cent and place a greater emphasis on science and technology, says Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
STEM skills, education reform urgently needed for "hyper-connected" workplace future: BCA boss
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30/04/15 - ​The Business Council of Australia’s president has warned that Australia needed to adjust its education system and workplaces.
Newly discovered layer in Earth's mantle can affect surface dwellers too
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27/03/15 - An insight into the new layer of the Earth, and what it may hold.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten.
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25/03/15 - Australia must develop a national science, technology, engineering and maths strategy, according to Opposition leader Bill Shorten.
Science crucial to economic growth, worth $145 billion directly to GDP
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25/03/15 - ​The contribution to Australia’s economy by maths and science - nearly $300 billion including flow-on benefits – has been measured for the first time.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
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09/12/14 - Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has said Labor would increase funding to the CSIRO, though he did not specify by how much.
Chief scientist calls for better collaboration, targeting of research funds
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01/12/14 - ​A new report from the Chief Scientist’s office sees Ian Chubb calling for more strategic research funding and improved performance.
Science-based industries to play key role in the ambitious national growth agenda
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26/11/14 - The Australian chemistry industry welcomes the ambitious growth agenda agreed at the G20 in Brisbane.
Announcement “puts science at the centre of industry policy”: Abbott
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15/10/14 - The Industry Growth Centre initiative in yesterday’s competitiveness agenda would create better links between science and business.
Industry growth centres to link business and science
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14/10/14 - The federal government will fund industry growth centres in five sectors that will encourage better use by business of Australian research.
Industry agenda to encourage closer business-education links
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14/10/14 - ​The federal government’s competitiveness agenda is set to be released today.
NMW 2013: Sensors and Instrumentation from Bestech Australia
Bestech showcase their range of sensors and instrumentation at NMW 2013. Hear about their leak testers, measurement equipment and thermal imagers.
Bestech Australia
MF500-HT-TSE Hydrostatic Transmission Training Siumulator
MF500-HT-TSE Hydrostatic Transmission Training Siumulator
Bestech Australia
H-WPG-1B Wind Powered Generator
H-WPG-1B Wind Powered Generator
Bestech Australia
NMW 2012 - Ferret.com.au interviews Materials Handling
The main focus for Materials Handling at National Manufacturing Week 2012 was the company's A-SAFE polymer safety barriers. Here, Managing Director John Brittain discusses some of the main features of the product. For more info on A-SAFE safety barriers.
Ferret - www.ferret.com.au
NMW 2012 - Ferret.com.au interviews Boscotek Industrial Stor
Ferret.com.au talks to Glen Huggett, Multimedia & Marketing, about why Bosctotek exhibits at National Manufacturing Week, and what it is that makes the industrial storage company stand out from its competitors.
Ferret - www.ferret.com.au
NMW 2012 - Highlights from Ferret.com.au
Ferret.com.au's Cam Elliot and Tony Haydar were on hand at National Manufacturing Week 2012 to host a free seminar geared at helping attendees to make the most of online lead generation. The online space is becoming increasingly important for companies ...
Ferret - www.ferret.com.au
NMW 2012 - Ferret.com.au interviews Ansell Industrial Health
2012 marks the first visit to National Manufacturing Week for Ansell Industrial Healthcare. Ferret.com.au spoke to the company's Head of Marketing, Industrial & New Verticals, Mitchell Mackey about the company's motivation in heading to NMW, and its ...
Ferret - www.ferret.com.au

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