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Tractor harvesting wheat

Three new missions to significantly boost Australian agriculture and food sectors

  • Media release
23 Sep 2021

Three major new missions from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, will grow Australia’s agriculture and food sectors, targeting $20 billion by 2030 to extend our position as a world leader. The $150 million investment from CSIRO, government and industry will tackle drought, increasing the value of the food export market and growing the protein market.

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Unlocking Queensland's hydrogen export potential

  • Media release
21 Sep 2021

The Government is providing up to A$2.17 million through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency to support the A$10.5 million project for Stanwell Corporation Limited’s study into a large-scale hydrogen electrolyser and liquefaction facility in Gladstone, Queensland. The project will be delivered in partnership with Japan’s largest hydrogen supplier, Iwatani Corporation.

The CSIRO wire production process has been demonstrated at pilot plant scale for 5 to 12mm diameter product produced continuously up to 10m in length.

CSIRO develops low-cost titanium wire for additive manufacturing

  • Article
7 Sep 2021

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has developed a novel and innovative process for turning inexpensive alloy waste into a high value wire product suitable for the additive manufacturing market. The researchers used low-cost titanium alloy particulates like machining swarf to produce a wire that can be used to make 3D printed parts such as aerospace components.

A Ghost Robotics unmanned ground vehicle supports Australian Army soldiers

Government supports Australia's Sovereign Defence Industrial Capabilities

  • Media release
3 Sep 2021

The Australian Government has added four new Sovereign Industrial Capability Priorities to reflect the changing strategic environment. The new Priorities are: Robotics, Autonomous Systems, and Artificial Intelligence; Precision Guided Munitions, Hypersonic weapons, and Integrated Air and Missile Defence Systems; Space; Information Warfare and Cyber Capabilities.

The Dream Collective SheDares collaboration

Australia’s Global Business and Attraction Taskforce partners with the Dream Collective

  • Media release
2 Sep 2021

The Taskforce is pleased to be partnering with global diversity, equity and inclusion consultancy The Dream Collective to attract global female talent, founders and entrepreneurs to Australia. The Dream Collective will actively promote the Taskforce among its influential networks in Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan to highlight the valuable career prospects, accommodating work-life balance and unique lifestyle available in Australia.

The Earth and the Sun from space

Commercial rocket launch permit granted for South Australia

  • Media release
31 Aug 2021

The Government has given regulatory approval for a commercial rocket launch to take place later in 2021 from a newly licensed launch facility in South Australia.

Taiwanese company tiSPACE will conduct a test flight of its Hapith I – a 10m, two-stage, sub-orbital rocket – from the Whalers Way Orbital Launch Complex, operated by Southern Launch.

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Global Talent Mashup - Film

Louis Dunlevy, Jason Quintana, Malte Sarnes, and Gillian Howe each share their thoughts on the benefits of the Global Talent Visa Program and why they chose Australia to further their careers in the visual effects industry.

Global Talent Mashup - Machine Learning

Christian Rodriguez, a postdoctoral researcher and Dr Pulak Purkait, an Applied Scientist, are both currently working in the field of machine learning. They each share their thoughts on the benefits of the Global Talent Visa Program and why they chose Australia to further their research in their field of machine learning.
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Yu-ling Hsueh, Quantum computing (Traditional Chinese)

Yu-ling Hsueh, originally from Taiwan, appreciates all Australia has to offer, especially the work–life balance.

International partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios

The Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting international partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios. FinTech is one of Australia’s most vibrant sectors for innovation and talent. We are showcasing Australia’s thriving FinTech sector to attract exceptional overseas talent and businesses to our shores. 

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