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APS Innovation Month

AusIndustry

  • Registering for the R&D Tax Incentive - The Baking Stuff Case Study: This case study is designed to help you understand eligibility requirements for the R&D Tax Incentive. Baking Stuff, an Australian Agrifood business, has registered their research and development activities in their quest to develop a new and more nutritious bread.
  • Registering for the R&D Tax Incentive - The Dataco Analytics Case Study: This case study is designed to help you understand eligibility requirements for the R&D Tax Incentive. An innovative information and communications technology company, Dataco Analytics, has registered research and development activities involved with creating a dynamic teaching tool that utilises data from the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) Project.
  • Customer Story: Marathon Robotics explains how AusIndustry has helped them reach commercialisation.
  • Customer Story: IPscape explain how assistance from AusIndustry has helped their business to become a leader in the Australian market.
  • The R&D Tax Incentive and Our Customers - Supporting Business, Supporting Innovation

Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB)

Australian Public Service Innovations

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Collapsed - 2014

Australian Space Industry

  • Sue Barrell, Assistant Directory, Observations and Engineering, Bureau of Meterology
  • Ben Greene, CEO, Electro Optic Systems Holdings Ltd
  • Chris Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Thales Australia
  • Naomi Mathers, Program Developer, Victorian Space Science Education Centre
  • Paul Sheridan, Director, Optus Satellite Services 

Endeavour Awards

Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda

Innovation

National Measurement Institute

Office of Northern Australia

  • Boost to Barramundi farming in NT - The NT's Humpty Doo Barramundi is to expand its operation and create more jobs with backing of over $7million from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility.

Our graduate development program

Prime Minister's Prizes for Science

2016

  • Richard Shine, Prime Minister's Prize for Science
  • Micahel Aitken, Prime Minister's Prize for Innovation
  • Colin Hall, Prize for New Innovators
  • Richard Payne, Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year
  • Kerrie Wilson, Frank Fenner Prize for Life Scientist of the Year
  • Suzy Urbaniak, Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools
  • Gary Tilley, Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools

2015

  • Professor Graham Farquhar AO, Prime Minister's Prize for Science
  • Laureate Professor Graeme Jameson AO, Prime Minister's Prize for Innovation
  • Dr Jane Elith, Frank Fenner Prize for Life Scientist of the Year
  • Associate Cyrille Boyer, Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year
  • Mrs Rebecca Johnson, Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools
  • Dr Ken Silburn, Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools

Radioactive Waste

Science and Research

  • Customer Story: Australian Access Federation (AAF) has received funding to advance an initiative as part of the Department’s ongoing investments in Australian research infrastructure.
  • Professor Ian Chubb, Chief Scientist for Australia is interviewed by ABC journalist Marian Wilkinson.
  • Professors Ezio Rizzzardo and David Solomon: For their role in revolutionising polymer science, Professors EzioRizzardo and David Solomon jointly receive the 2011 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
  • Associate Professor Min Chen: For her contribution to our knowledge of chlorophyll and cyanobacteria, Associate Professor Min Chen receives the 2011 Science Minister’s Prize for Life Scientist of the Year.
  • Professor Stuart Wyithe: For his work on the physics of the formation of the Universe, Professor Stuart Wyithe receives 2011 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year.
  • Mrs Brooke Topelberg: For her drive and leadership in turning a high immigrant, low socio-economic suburban school to a Western Australia’s Science School of the Year and herself became the WA Primary Science Educator of the Year, Mrs Brooke Topelberg receives the 2011 Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools.
  • Dr Jane Wright: For her work in developing curriculum, teachers and a generation of young women, Dr Jane Wright receives the 2011 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools.  

Skills, vocational education and training

Unique Student Identifier

  • Create a USI on behalf of a student - This video is a tutorial for training organisations demonstrating how to create a USI on behalf of a student.
  • Find a USI - This video is a tutorial for training organisations demonstrating how to find a USI.
  • Verify a USI - This video is a tutorial for training organisations demonstrating how to verify a USI
  • Student Video - provides students with a general overview of the USI initiative including how students can create their USIs.
  • Training Organisation Video - provides training organisations with a general overview of the USI initiative including how training organisations can create USIs on behalf of their students.

Square Kilometre Array

  • Square Kilometre Array - The Square Kilometre Array is a next-generation radio telescope to be built in Australia and southern Africa. This video gives an overview of the telescope and explains the telescope components and facilities to be built in Australia. For more information visit www.ska.gov.au and www.skatelescope.org
  • New science, ancient land – the SKA telescope inspires new indigenous art - For several years, indigenous artists from the Yamaji Art Centre in Geraldton have been working with CSIRO and Curtin University scientists at the Australian site of what will be the largest telescope ever built.
  • Square Kilometre Array - 'SKA' - The SKA will be built in both Australia and South Africa and will be made up of millions of antennas, linked together by fibre optic networks. It will feed unprecedented quantities of data into dedicated supercomputers.
  • Welcome to Country - a Wajarri perspective on Australia and New Zealand's bid to host the SKA.