Transcript – Melbourne doorstop with Minister Tehan

Topics: Launch of the Turnbull Government’s $31.9 million Cyber Security Growth Centre in Melbourne. GREG HUNT: Delighted to be here today at Data61. This is the home of Australia's and Victoria's cyber security, data research, and our future industry within the data and cyber security areas. Cybercrime has a huge impact. It's about the impact…

2GB interview with Ross Greenwood

E&OE… Topics: Green Army; environmental policy; meeting with major gas companies; gas policy ROSS GREENWOOD: So to address that issue plus plenty more, let's now go to our Industry Minister Greg Hunt. Now Greg Hunt, as you are well aware is also the former Environment Minister for Australia, so before we get onto the gas,…

CSIRO Innovation Fund launched to supercharge Australian innovations

The Turnbull Government today launched the $200 million CSIRO Innovation Fund which will commercialise early stage innovations from CSIRO, universities and other publicly-funded research bodies. This joint government–private sector fund will help Australia’s home grown innovations become successful businesses, and in doing so create jobs and boost Australia’s productivity and exports. The government is investing…

Adelaide to host Australia’s first Asian Physics Olympiad in 2019

Adelaide has been selected as the host city for Australia’s first Asian Physics Olympiad, which will be held from 5 to 13 May 2019. “The competition will bring Australia’s best and brightest young physics students together to meet and compete against their peers from across the country and the region, allowing them to build their…

Grants help Australian researchers and businesses connect at international level

Australian small and medium sized companies and local researchers will partner with international counterparts to grow their businesses and undertake research to benefit industry, with more than $660,000 in commercialisation grants from the Turnbull Government. As part of the National Innovation and Science Agenda, funding will be provided to 14 projects in sectors related to…

Report shows innovation drives business success and jobs growth

The 2016 Australian Innovation System report released today highlights the significant benefits of innovation in Australia for business – including increased productivity, profitability, investment and job creation. The report identifies that the strongest performance results are achieved by businesses that innovate repeatedly. They outperform other businesses in terms of sales, value added, employment and profit…

United States and Australia strengthen science, technology, and innovation ties

Australia and the United States have signed an agreement that will help ensure crucial science, technology, and innovation cooperation between both countries continues to flourish. The Australian Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency the Honorable Joe Hockey and Catherine Novelli, the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment, have…

3AW interview with Tom Elliott

E&OE… Topics: National Innovation and Science Agenda; creating jobs; Tony Abbott TOM ELLIOTT: Joining me on the line now is the Minister for Innovation in our Canberra studio, Greg Hunt. Mr Hunt, good afternoon. GREG HUNT: And good afternoon, Tom. As we speak Anthony Albanese is filibustering to allow our interview to go ahead in…

National Broadband Network rolling out across the Mornington Peninsula

I am delighted that an additional 5,900 premises in Blairgowrie and Somerville, will soon have access to faster and more reliable internet access, with construction of the National Broadband Network now underway. The message for Mornington Peninsula residents is clear – superfast broadband is on its way. Within the Flinders electorate more than 17,000 premises…