Two biomedical companies under the HKSTP and a European leader in lung cancer research have signed an MoU to further cancer research via the collaborative use of various cutting-edge biotechnologies.
Researchers established advanced biomarker discovery platforms, identified new blood-based biomarkers and created an innovative AI-based scoring system that enables AD risk prediction, early detection and classification.
A novel technology designed to precisely image aggressive brain cancers and guide treatment is being developed by UniSA and an Australian cancer diagnostic company.
Queensland has launched new and improved online resources to support small business owners. The resources will help local businesses develop and enhance their digital and other skills to enhance performance.
The agreement will benefit the advancement of technology solutions for Malaysian technology start-ups in the property and construction sector and will contribute to the nation’s economic and development goals.
A tech company launched a new hub in Adelaide as part of the South Australian Landing Pad programme which is helping to stimulate the economy, create jobs, grow new industries and support existing ones.
The university has teamed up with the Malaysia branch of a South Korea-based company to research the development of technology and other solutions for better water and sleep quality.
NSW Farmers are benefiting from free drone training, helping them apply new tech to make life on the land more productive and prosperous. The training helps primary producers reap the benefits of new and emerging tech.
The NSW government announced that it will launch a Digital Skills Accelerator for Tourism programme aimed at helping NSW tourism businesses transform their online marketing.
A new technology skills passport developed by the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) will help equip workers with the skills they need in the rapidly growing tech sector.