Research collaborations to strengthen our economy
The Morrison Government is investing more than $26 million in university research as part of our plan to help drive Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19.
Investing in research to drive our economic recovery
The Morrison Government is investing $255 million in university research as part of our plan to help drive Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19.
Mutual obligation requirements return for Victorian job seekers
The Morrison Government will introduce a further step in the gradual return to mutual obligation arrangements for job seekers residing in, or serviced by, a provider in Victoria from 23 November…
More counselling support for students in regional NSW
Additional counselling support will be provided to students in regional areas of New South Wales as they recover from a difficult year of bushfires, drought and COVID-19.
Protecting Australian students
More Australian students will be compensated if their private higher education provider stops teaching thanks to Morrison Government reforms passed by the Senate today.
Better commercialising university research
Business and university leaders will advise the Morrison Government on how to improve the commercialisation of university research and turn ideas into jobs, opportunities and innovation.
Researching needle-free vaccinations
World-leading research to develop and commercialise needle-free vaccinations has taken place in Australia using Morrison Government funded research infrastructure.
Boosting work opportunities for young Australians
The Australian Government is providing additional incentives to encourage young people to undertake seasonal work across the country.
Improving HASS and Indigenous research infrastructure
The Morrison Government is investing in research infrastructure to support improved management and use of Indigenous data collections.
Promising start for national phonics check
Teachers and parents are taking advantage of the Morrison Government’s free Year 1 Phonics Check to better understand how children are learning to read.
Regional University Centre opens in Bairnsdale
The Gippsland East Study Hub was formally opened in Bairnsdale today to support more students to learn skills and qualifications locally.
Research to better understand properties of dark matter
A world-leading Australian physicist has been awarded a research grant to investigate new models of dark matter.