|Agency||PBS Program Title||PBS Sub Program||Project Title||Grant Recipient||Purpose||Confidential Input||Confidential Output||Max Value (GST Inc)||Grant Commencement Date||Grant End Date||Grant Funding Location||Postcode||Grant Agreement Varied|
|Industry and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement||Advanced manufacturing of solar cells using cutting-edge hydrogenation||AUSTRALIAN PV INSTITUTE LIMITED||
The outcome of the project will be the development of an advanced manufacturing process and corresponding high throughput commercial tools based on Australian IP to allow cheaper solar cells to be made whilst maintaining high efficiencies and stability in field operation.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$1,100,000||23/06/2017||01/09/2021||Annandale, NSW||2038||No|
|Industry and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement||Increasing wheat yield by genomic sequencing and germplasm||UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA||
This project will bring together world leading scientists with unique capabilities from eight organisations to address the demand for significantly improved wheat production, through germplasm exchange, high-throughput molecular marker applications, bioinformatics, and multi-environment field trials.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$1,095,296||20/06/2017||01/09/2021||Crawley, WA||6009||No|
|Industry and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement||Eco-engineering solutions to improve mine-site rehabilitation outcomes||BOTANIC GARDENS & PARKS AUTHORITY||
The project aims to combine extensive seed-based research in the mining-intensive Pilbara region of Western Australia, which focuses on best-practice use of seeds from a recruitment biology point of view, with innovative ecologically-guided engineering solutions focussed on the invention and modification of direct seeding equipment needed to deliver native seeds at scale.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$1,072,117||21/06/2017||01/09/2021||Kings Park, WA||6005||No|
|Industry and Science||Growing Business Investment||Business and market development||Industry Growth Centres||AUSTRALIAN CYBER SECURITY GROWTH NETWORK LIMITED||
To enable the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network Ltd (ACSGN) to design, implement and manage its version of the information technology platform known in the Industry Growth Centres Initiative as the Industry Growth Network, for use by the ACSGN and its stakeholders, clients and others.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$836,000||26/06/2017||30/09/2021||Eveleigh, NSW||2015||No|
|Industry, Innovation and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Business research, development and commercialisation||CRC for Honey Bee Products||CRC FOR HONEY BEE PRODUCTS LIMITED||
This CRC for Honey Bee Products provides the opportunity for inter-disciplinary researchers together with industry, will create proprietary knowledge and systems whilst providing a training platform fo
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$7,700,000||07/08/2017||30/06/2022||Yanchep, WA||6035||No|
|Industry and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Business research, development and commercialisation||Food Agility Cooperative Research Centre||FOOD AGILITY CRC LIMITED||
The CRC will integrate the agile culture & processes of the digital economy through a whole-of-value-chain lens for fresh and processed food. The approach is to share data to build brand, markets, jobs and exports. Teams spanning agriculture, food and technology-related disciplines and will maximise impacts for the food and agribusiness sector.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$55,000,000||22/06/2017||31/03/2027||Broadway, NSW||2007||No|
|Industry and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Business research, development and commercialisation||CRC for High Performance Soils||CRC FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE SOILS LIMITED||
The CRC for High Performance Soils (CRC-HPS) will give farmers the knowledge and tools they need to make decisions on extremely complex soil management issues. CRC-HPS bridges the gap between soil science and farm management. Our practical, real-world outputs will allow farmers to optimise their productivity, yield and profitability, and ensure the long-term sustainability of their farming businesses.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$43,450,000||19/06/2017||31/03/2027||Callaghan, NSW||2308||No|
|Industry and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Business research, development and commercialisation||iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre||IMOVE AUSTRALIA LTD||
The iMOVE CRC is tackling the growing challenges to efficient movement of people and freight. It is exploiting the digital revolution and evolving vehicle
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$60,500,000||22/06/2017||31/03/2027||Port Melbourne, VIC||3207||No|
|Industry, Innovation and Science||Supporting Science and Commercialisation||Business research, development and commercialisation||CRC Developing Northern Australia||CRC FOR DEVELOPING NORTHERN AUSTRALIA LTD||
The CRC will be industry led, located in Townsville, and have an initial focus in the areas of agriculture, food and tropical health where the north has particular strengths. It will bring together industry, research organisations, all northern jurisdictions and international partners in a collaborative industry-led research and development venture.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable||$82,500,000||12/07/2017||30/06/2027||Hermit Park, QLD||4812||No|