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Space sector companies info session | Future Industries Accelerator

Space sector companies info session | Future Industries Accelerator

The University of South Australia is hosting a Future Industries Accelerator (FIA) information session focusing on South Australian businesses who are interested in, or are already working within, the Space sector.

Find out how a FIA grant can help your business access over $60 million of UniSA infrastructure, help solve your priority challenges through R&D funding of up to $100,000 or fund industry placements to facilitate the transfer of expertise, knowledge and training.

The event will feature presentations from Professor Emily Hilder and Professor Andy Koronios providing details of the collaboration opportunities available with the University of South Australia through FIA funding schemes. A tour of some of the Future Industries Institute (FII) facilities will follow the presentations.

 

Date:            Thursday 15 March 2018

Time:           8.30 – 10.30am

Venue:        Future Industries Institute, X Building, Mawson Lakes Campus, University of South Australia

Cost:            Free – includes light breakfast, and morning tea/networking session.

The information session is free however registration is essential. Visit the FIA website for more information.

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