Collaboration between universities, CSIRO and local businesses will help bring new products to market that help to address the challenges of COVID-19.
More than 110 businesses have applied to be part of the NSW Government’s R&D Innovation Districts Challenges, vying for a share in $500,000 of seed funding.
Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres said the challenges were designed to find research and development solutions to health and wellbeing impacts as a result of the pandemic.
“We’ve seen an opportunity to help stimulate the economy, support businesses and drive innovation right across the state,” Mr Ayres said.
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