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NSW space industry finds new home in tech central

30 July 2021

The future of the state’s emerging space industry has found a home in Sydney’s Tech Central, with the establishment of a $2.1 million National Space Industry Hub to accelerate the growth of the NSW space ecosystem.


NSW spearheads key COVID-19 vaccine research

4 June 2021

A leading group of NSW experts will pioneer Australia-first research to inform vaccine policy in the state and beyond. The Vaccine, Infection and Immunology (VIIM) Collaborative Research Group will receive more than $4.5 million in funding from the NSW Government over three years to study the clinical and immunological responses to COVID-19 vaccines in NSW recipients.


$24 Million to Fund Innovative Solutions from NSW Small Business

1 June 2021

The NSW Government today launched a new initiative for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), which will receive $24 million in funding over its first two years.


Nominations are now open for the NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering

17 May 2021

The nominations for the 2021 NSW Premier's Prizes for Science & Engineering are now open.


NSW looks to lead the way with mRNA vaccines

4 May 2021

Premier Gladys Berejiklian has brought together the state’s leading experts in mRNA technology as NSW looks to create a new medical manufacturing and research industry.


NSW Chief Health Officer awarded the highest honour in 2021 Women of the Year Awards

10 March 2021

NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant has been named NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year, the highest honour in the NSW Women of the Year Awards held in Sydney today.


$43.5 million research boost to agriculture sector

18 February 2021

The NSW Nationals and Liberals Government will inject $43.5 million into critical projects to supercharge the state’s agricultural research into defences against disease, superbugs and biosecurity breaches, through the world-class Food and Fibre Program. 


Research into future of work begins

28 October 2020

To help prepare for workplace issues of the future, the NSW Government has selected four research partners to explore key emerging risks in health and safety. 

 

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