The grant will enable a major upgrade to the Murchison Widefield Array, giving the giant radio telescope the power to read and process signals captured from distant outer space.
Hypersonix Launch Systems will receive Australian Government funding to fast-track development of a reusable 'green' hypersonic scramjet capable of placing small satellites into Low Earth Orbit (LEO).
Two Australian scientists have been awarded CSL Centenary Fellowships, and patients are now being enrolled in the COVID-19 clinical held by the CoVIg-19 Plasma Alliance.
Five months later than originally scheduled, and in the midst of a global pandemic, Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg finally delivered the 2020–21 Budget.
Awarded to only the highest-performing researchers of any career stage, NHMRC Investigator Grants provide investigators with five-year funding for their projects.
The Australian Government has reintroduced legislation that it claims will better target the Research and Development Tax Incentive and ensure its ongoing sustainability.
The Australian Government is investing in Australia's smartest minds to conduct research that will deliver significant health, scientific, environmental, social and economic benefits.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has announced Australian Government funding for a new series of Australian Research Council (ARC) Centres of Excellence.
The investment will see the Australian Space Agency foster the new ideas and high-tech skilled jobs that should make Australian businesses a partner of choice to fit out NASA missions.
The Fellowship provides support to projects that have a local community focus and which often struggle to secure funding or face high competition.
The Australian Government will provide over $30 million to 16 projects under Round 7 of the Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) grants.
Western Australia will play a key role in the Australian Space Agency's efforts to triple the size of the nation's space industry.
Microba, an Australian biotech company specialising in gut microbiome analysis, has received a $4.1 million investment from global precision medicine company Macrogen.
Cancer research has received a big boost in funding, thanks to a $5.1m partnership between CSIRO and GenesisCare and an $800,000 grant from the Leukaemia Foundation to Cancer Australia.
MRCF5 will focus on investing in early-stage medical research discoveries linked to MRCF members and recently completed its first close, raising $210m from investors.