In May 2019, South Korean President, Moon Jae-in, announced an ‘Innovative Strategy on the Bio-health Industry’. This new strategy for bio-health will provide partnership and collaboration opportunities for Australian companies across various sectors including the commercialisation of research and development (R&D), clinical trials and digital health. Read more.
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The new Study Queensland Talent Program[https://www.studyqueensland.qld.gov.au/Why-Qld/Talent-Program] will give international students who choose Queensland stronger global employment prospects following graduation. Read more.
Brisbane tech company Lightweave has taken its next step into Asia after featuring in a Seoul showcase with TIQ’s support. Read more.
Out to 2022, the global uptake of drones – in agriculture, defence and health industries – is expected to power an expansion of the global unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market. Australia is well placed to benefit. Read more.
Seoul-based genome specialist, Macrogen, has agreed a A$4.1 million investment in the Queensland microbiome testing and bioinformatics company, Microba Read more.
Chinese genome sequencing company, BGI Genomics (BGI), and Australian health-data expert, Pryzm Health (Pryzm) have announced a collaboration designed to bring genome-related precision health services to Australia. Read more.
Founded in 2003, Ricci’s Bikkies has taken its preservative-free crisp breads all the way from local delicatessens to national retail chains. With the help of Australia’s free trade agreements, its distinctive artisan pittas are now appearing on supermarket shelves in the US and China. Read more.