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Feb 2023

National Battery Strategy: have your say

We are seeking feedback on how to boost Australia’s battery industries. Consultation closes 3 March 2023.
Dec 2022 National Reconstruction Fund

National Reconstruction Fund: have your say

Have your say in shaping the design of the Australian Government’s National Reconstruction Fund.
Dec 2022

Country of origin labelling for seafood in hospitality: have your say

We want your feedback on a proposed model for mandatory country of origin labelling for seafood in hospitality settings.

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Feb 2023

National Battery Strategy: have your say

We are seeking feedback on how to boost Australia’s battery industries. Consultation closes 3 March 2023.
Feb 2023 Australian Space Agency

New space antenna set to transform Australian satellite communications

The University of Tasmania, in partnership with the Australian Space Agency, has unveiled a new sophisticated communications antenna. This major infrastructure will allow new research and commercial opportunities fo...
Feb 2023 Australian Space Agency

Wearable sock to improve human spaceflight health

The University of Canberra has created a wearable sock to counter the effects of microgravity on the human body. This innovation could reduce risk of injuries for astronauts, athletes and older persons.
Jan 2023 Australian Space Discovery Centre

"Twinkle little star”: Early Space Tracking in Australia

Join us in-centre or online on Saturday, 6th May 2023 at 2pm ACDST
Jan 2023

$44 million in grants to support industry-led research projects

Round 13 of Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) grant funding will support 19 projects across Australia.
Jan 2023 Critical Minerals Office

Critical Minerals Development Program grants now open

Australian businesses and state or territory governments can apply for a co-funded grant of up to $30 million to support early and mid-stage critical minerals projects.
Jan 2023

$15.9 million to strengthen women in STEM careers

The Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship grant program awards $15.9 million in grants to strengthen women in STEM careers.
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26 July 2021 Australian SKA Office

Commercialising technology developed for the Australian SKA Pathfinder

Quasar Satellite Technologies is commercialising multi-beam technology to meet booming demand for satellite ground stations. CSIRO developed the technology for its ASKAP radio telescope, a precursor to the SKA.
7 November 2018 Australian SKA Office

Designing receiver casings for the SKA Pathfinder

Case study from: Co-hosting the SKA telescope
7 November 2018 Australian SKA Office

Cloud computing for SKA data

The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research has been investigating cloud computing for SKA data storage and processing capabilities.
7 November 2018 Australian SKA Office

SKA precursor helps track objects in Australian skies

Astronomers are partnering with industry to harness one of Australia’s two SKA precursor telescopes, the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA). The MWA will be used to detect and track satellites and space junk orbiting the earth, helping to evaluate the risk of collisions.
7 November 2018 Australian SKA Office

Prototyping a groundplane for the Australian SKA Pathfinder

The Commonwealth Science Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) worked with industry to prototype a groundplane for maintaining a low and stable temperature for the ASKAP Phased Array Feed.
7 November 2018 Australian SKA Office

Producing components for Australia’s SKA Pathfinder digital systems

Small industry worked with the Commonwealth Science Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to produce circuit boards and major components for Australia’s SKA Pathfinder digital systems.
7 November 2018 Australian SKA Office

Powering the SKA Low Frequency Aperture Array

Case study from: Co-hosting the SKA telescope
1 April 2018 Australian SKA Office

Pia Wadjarri School Trip

In August 2016, a group of schoolchildren from Pia Wadjarri School visited Canberra. Read more in this reconciliation case study.