Victoria’s thriving digital games sector has received a boost with the State Government announcing more support for new locally made games projects.
Recently, global science and technology firm Leidos announced its plans to expand its footprint in Victoria with a cutting-edge Software Factory – its first outside the United States.
Applications are now open for the Victorian Government’s Energy Innovation Fund (EIF), which is designed to support the commercialisation of innovative, emerging renewable energy technologies across the State.
Victoria is cementing its position as a leading destination for AI technology within the Asia Pacific, having secured Australia’s first accelerator program to scale-up artificial intelligence companies and a $100 million venture capital fund.
In another milestone for our world class tertiary sector, Monash University has discovered a breakthrough method of creating hydrogen and methane gases from microalgae.
Global science and technology firm Leidos has expanded its footprint in Victoria with a cutting-edge Software Factory – its first outside the United States – which will support the company’s growth in Australia, extend its global reach and attract new industry leading capabilities for software development.
A new hub in Melbourne’s south east will be a major national precinct to explore new hydrogen technologies, including clean energy vehicles and hydrogen storage containers, and cement Victoria as a clean energy leader.
An investment from a global leader in defence electronics and technology is set to further boost Victoria’s thriving defence and technology sectors.
Melbourne has a robust and vibrant fintech ecosystem that offers the ideal environment for cutting edge fintech companies to develop and grow their business.
Seven glass and plastics projects in Victoria have received $8.1 million in first round funding under the Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF).
A Dutch warehouse management system-development firm has chosen Melbourne as the location for its Asia-Pacific headquarters.
In a boost for Victoria’s thriving energy sector, a global, smart grid technology company has chosen Melbourne for its Asia Pacific HQ.