Under the Australian National Innovation and Science Agenda Programme, researchers and firms across the globe ought to be in a position to connect in a superior manner and collaborate with their matching parts in the nation, it is claimed.
A chain of grants have reportedly been made public to encourage the smaller and medium sized groups and local researchers to partner with the global companies.
The latest declaration includes 660,000 dollars in commercialization grants for the 14 missions in the fields associated with the Government’s Industry Growth Centres of advanced manufacturing, mining equipment, and food and agribusiness, etc.
Allegedly, the subsidy will support the different companies of Australia to maintain their edge at the global level, and help them commercialize their goods, via joining forces with the various researchers out-of-the-country.
The same will also support the local Australian researchers to work with global organizations, to solve the difficulties plaguing the business and the community, with benefits flowing through to Down Under.
The researchers of the Kangaroo Land will partner with the firms companies from the US, the People’s Republic of China, India, France, and Germany, etc., while the Australian groups will work with the researchers from the US, Italy, the Czech Republic, and France.
A total of 662,608 dollars as grants have been doled out, with individual grants ranging between 35,000 and 50,000 dollars.
It is also claimed that the funding will allow the many successful ventures to develop in possibility and magnitude, and to test commercialization and proof of concept. Backing partnership between the different Australian &global researchers and companies is a major component of the1.1 billion dollar National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA) of the administration.