3AW Interview With Tom Elliott

E&OE… Topics: Meeting with automotive companies in US and Japan; Bob Day TOM ELLIOTT: Our next guest is the Federal Minister for Industry, Science and Innovation. Greg Hunt, good afternoon. GREG HUNT: And good afternoon Tom. TOM ELLIOTT: Thank you for joining us all the way from Japan. Now I understand in the past week…

774 ABC Melbourne interview with Jon Faine

E&OE… Topics: Meeting with major automotive companies in US and Japan JON FAINE: Greg Hunt, good morning to you. GREG HUNT: Good morning Jon. JON FAINE: I’ll get your tip for the Cup in a moment; even though you’re not here I’m sure you’re following that most important of events. GREG HUNT: I am. JON…

Lateline interview with Emma Alberici

E&OE… Topics: Meeting with major automotive companies in US and Japan EMMA ALBERICI: Greg Hunt, thanks for joining us. What is the point of your meetings with Toyota, General Motors and Ford this week? GREG HUNT: It is to make the case for Australian jobs, to fight for Australian jobs in the automotive in the…

US-Australia agreement strengthens particle physics research

Australia’s centre for particle physics has entered into a ten-year collaborative agreement with the USA’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) – America’s premier particle physics laboratory. The agreement will enable Australia’s Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics on the Terascale (CoEPP) to carry out collaborative fundamental scientific particle physics experiments at the frontiers of discovery.…

891 Adelaide interview with Ian Henschke

E&OE… Topics: Australian automotive industry IAN HENSCHKE: But first, we are going to talk to Federal Industry Minister Greg Hunt. He’s in Chicago at the moment. He’s just come from Detroit where he’s had talks with Ford and General Motors about keeping a lot of expertise in the current industry still here in Australia. I…

2GB interview with Ross Greenwood

E&OE… Topics: Australian automotive industry ROSS GREENWOOD: Greg Hunt joins me from Chicago this evening, and Greg, I really appreciate your time. This is important stuff you’re doing, but what sort of a hearing do you get from some of the biggest carmakers in the world? GREG HUNT: Look, we had a tremendous response. I’ve…

Grants assist young science and maths students to test their skills

Budding science and maths students have more opportunities to compete against the best in Australia and around the world through new government funding for a range of science, technology, engineering and maths activities. As part of the Turnbull Government’s National Science and Innovation Agenda, grants of up to $5000 per student and $20,000 per application…