The Australian Government has announced $34.5m for the Cooperative Research Centre for Solving Antimicrobial Resistance in Agribusiness, Food and Environments.
Australia's emerging seaweed sector has launched a new peak body, while the federal government has provided $59m to fund the Marine Bioproducts CRC.
CSIRO has welcomed the government's announcement of a national disaster research centre, set to focus on natural hazards and disaster risk reduction.
Research to tackle the growing need to find, capture and remove junk from space is advancing at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning in Adelaide.
The Australian Government has announced $55m for a new CRC and the Australian Space Agency has signed a Statement of Strategic Intent with aerospace company Boeing.
The NSW Government will continue its involvement in collaborative invasive species research and innovation under the new Centre for Invasive Species Solutions, while the Plant Biosecurity CRC is celebrating a win for its Pestpoint software at Collaborate | Innovate 2017.
Arthur Sinodinos has announced $151.5 million to be invested in four new Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) — the winners of the 18th CRC selection round.
The Turnbull government is seeking input from the industry, science and research communities on priority research themes for upcoming selection rounds of the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Programme.
A new 'laser radar' system that allows real-time monitoring of potentially hazardous dust emissions has been successfully trialled in the industrial centre of Port Hedland.
The federal government has announced the future timing for the next funding round for Cooperative Research Centres and the next three rounds of CRC-Project funding.
There has been some confusion surrounding the impact of the 2016–17 Budget on the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Programme.
The CRC Association is inviting five early-career researchers to give five-minute presentations at the association's annual conference 'The Business of Innovation 2016'.
Following the receipt of $19.8 million in government funding, the CRC for Space Environment Management will bring together experts from around the world to look at ways to protect around 3000 operational satellites from space debris.
CO2CRC and The University of Melbourne have announced an $18 million infrastructure contract to purchase new laboratories, plant and equipment to be used in a range of carbon capture and storage (CCS) activities over the next five years.
Minister for Industry Ian Macfarlane has announced almost $186 million in funding as part of the 16th CRC (Cooperative Research Centre) Program selection round. The government funding will create three new CRCs and extend four existing CRCs.