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Launch Pad Western 4.0

The next Western 4.0 breakfast will be held on Thursday 28th October and will feature presentations by Stephan Wagner and Peter Milic from AusIndustry talking about Government Funding Programs. Stephan and Peter’s presentations will outline case studies of businesses they have helped and describe how Government funding has provided a boost to grow and develop new initiatives. The Western 4.0 breakfasts are now becoming a regular feature in the list of Western 4.0 activities with

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Business innovation challenge sparks new collaboration

CSIRO, Western Sydney University and Macquarie University are uniting to deliver the Innovation Districts C19 R&D Challenges (IDC), designed to accelerate businesses working for a better future post-COVID-19. The IDC project is a $3 million investment by the NSW Government in the state’s innovation ecosystem to fast-track products and services that address pandemic-induced challenges in our working and personal lives. Technologies that support remote business operations, working from home, remote communications, remote sensing and monitoring,

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India opportunity for NSW advanced manufacturing SMEs and startups

Up to eight advanced manufacturing SMEs and startups from across the State are being offered a major business development opportunity in India under the NSW-India Advanced Manufacturing Trade Mission, a joint initiative by the NSW Government and Western Sydney University. Ms Kylie Bell,Executive Director, Trade and Investment at NSW Treasury said “India is fast emerging as an economic powerhouse, a significant consumer market and a global innovator. Building better links between our manufacturing ecosystems and

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Western Sydney Uni’s $350m innovation precinct underway

In today’s Higher Ed DailyBrief: $350m development, uni medallist Innovation precinct underway Western Sydney University has struck up its third major deal with listed property group Charter Hall with the pair on Tuesday saying they will develop a $350 million innovation-focused precinct at Sydney’s Westmead. The new health and medical precinct will comprise three mixed-use towers with more than 38,000sq m of space for these uses as well as retail facilities. The latest venture comes as the pair

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How manufacturing businesses can successfully partner with universities to adopt advanced manufacturing technologies

As part of the NSW Advanced Manufacturing Industry Development Strategy, the NSW Government is partnering with the NSW Smart Sensing Network and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre Ltd to deliver the ‘Successfully Adopting Smart Sensing Technologies’ series. Yesterday we hosted the first of the series at Western Sydney Launch Pad – discussing how manufacturing businesses can successfully partner with universities to adopt advanced manufacturing technologies that enhance their competitiveness and resilience. Check out two of

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