Up to $250 million is available from the Biomedical Translation Fund to translate Australian health and medical research into commercial reality.
4 new Research Hubs will share $18.1M in funding to develop solutions that benefit Australians and improve the capacity of our university and industrial sectors.
Funding is available to help organisers run events that create local and national interest in Tasmania.
Funding is available to improve local community participation and contribute to vibrant and viable communities.
Funding is available to support activities that will lead to a new trade opportunity.
Funding is available to help small Australian food and grocery producers, farmers and manufacturers to innovate and grow their business. Applications close 30 August 2019.
2 recipients will receive $24.7M total funding to switch to wind, solar and battery power in a bid to improve reliability while also cutting costs and emissions.
Funding is available to undertake innovative projects that increase the number of apprentices and trainees employed across Tasmanian industries and regions.
Funding is available to help businesses to undertake energy efficiency audits. Applications close 30 June 2020.
Funding is available to help organisers of events in bushfire affected areas with marketing and event promotion.