part of a three-year agreement secured by the State Government of Victoria,
some of the state's best and brightest IT students will have the opportunity to
travel to China and learn from the world's largest telecommunications supplier
– Huawei Technologies.
Australia has a worldwide reputation as one of the leading
locations for the development and manufacture of medical technologies,
biotechnologies and pharmaceuticals. A very first comprehensive analysis reveals that our state is at the epicentre of this sector.
future streetscape can now be viewed for the first time as an interactive 3D
model that shows building development activity.
The Victorian Government announced the recipients of the
2017 Hamer Scholarship Program on 28 June 2017.
Five of Victoria's outstanding early-career scientists from
Biomedical Precinct have been chosen as International
Research Scholars to take their groundbreaking research across the globe.
Natural Beef has been awarded a Food Source Victoria Planning and
Growth Grant to move the business to the next stage of its development – helping them to "tackle new and exciting markets," said group director, Paul
A new program from the Victorian Government will help give international students the social skills, practical knowledge and professional experience they'll need to become globally competitive business leaders.
In recognition of the increasing
need for sophisticated skills in the next generation of farmers, the Victorian
Government has established a Young Farmers Scholarship Program tailored to the professional needs of young farmers.
The release of the Creative State report marks twelve months since the launch of the Victorian
Government's four-year strategy to boost the state's international reputation
and creative profile, and stimulate tourism, trade and investment.
Victorian Government was a proud supporter of the 2017 girledworld Leadership
Summit, held to boost gender equality across the workforce and inspire the next
generation of female leaders and entrepreneurs.
The Victorian Government has welcomed a A$58
million deal between Deakin University and US company, LeMond Composites to license world-first technology developed by Deakin's Carbon
Nexus research centre.
In a bid to improve economic outcomes for Victoria's
horticultural sector, and tackle the effects of climate change on deciduous
fruit and nut crops, regional company InSense have been awarded A$49,000 as
part of the Victorian Government's A$1 million Horticulture