Jason Davis from WUNA (HoldAccess) and winner of the Innovate with nbn™ Grant Program is helping Indigenous Australians stay connected to their culture and identity with help from nbn™ connectivity.
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THE Darwin Innovation Hub’s Croc Pitch program winner, Corrosion Instruments, has received a welcomed cash injection of $775,000, led by local venture capital investor Paspalis Innovation Investment Fund (PIIF).
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ntg Business bulletin: 28 November 2019
New Territorian Aneka Truman is delighted that the ancient art of sewing - a skill at least 20,000 years old - is making a dramatic comeback.
“It’s quite trendy nowadays,” she says.
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CDU Newsroom - 21 November 2019
Cutting edge 3D printing technology developed at Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be deployed by the Royal Australian Navy in a world-first trial that will streamline the maintenance of patrol vessels.
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SPEE3D, an Australian award-winning manufacturer of metal-based additive manufacturing technology, printed a 1 kg copper sledgehammer in 10 minutes live in front of a crowd on the floor at Formnext in Frankfurt. Formnext is the leading global…
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ASEAN TODAY: Singapores space tech sector is redesigning the way governments approach extraterrestrial operations.
From a space-starved nation to a pioneer in space technology, Singapore is breaking the space tech mould by leveraging its…
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DEAL STREET ASIA: SG spacetech firm Aliena raises $1.1m in 500 Startups-backed round
Singapore-based space technology startup Aliena has raised S$1.5 million ($1.1 million) in a funding round backed by Silicon Valley-based venture capital…
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TECH IN ASIA: Singapore spacetech firm Aliena raises $1.1m from Cap Vista, 500 Startups, others
Singapore-based Aliena, which specializes in developing and manufacturing plasma-thruster systems for the small satellite market, has raised…
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Aliena Pte Ltd is Singapore’s fastest growing home-groomed space-tech start-up, based at the Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) at NTU – Singapore.
The company’s vision is to provide turn-key solutions for satellites and
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Corrosion Instruments (CI) is a Northern Territory based tech
startup, developing an Internet of Things (IoT) technology to survey and monitor
oil and gas pipelines.
After several years in the pipeline industry, founder Sam
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