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Department of Industry, Science, Energy & Resources (DISER): Modern manufacturing initiative – Medical Products

Quality medical products are at the centre of a healthy society. They can also be the centrepiece of a dynamic economy based on translating smart ideas into globally competitive manufactured products. Medical products make a significant contribution to Australia’s economic prosperity. The sector is responsible for some of Australia’s most innovative commercial successes. Australian medical products making a global impact include the cochlear implant, green whistle and cervical cancer vaccine.

Manufacturing Integration Stream

The Manufacturing Integration Stream will support projects that integrate Australian businesses into domestic and international value chains, propelling their goods and services into new markets and fostering Australia’s reputation as a modern manufacturing leader. It will encourage and facilitate linkages between local businesses and domestic and international firms, increasing scale, supply capacity, and the ability to innovate. It will also facilitate the adoption of product standards and greater sharing and transfer of knowledge.

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Manufacturing Translation Stream

The Manufacturing Translation Stream will support projects that aid the translation of high quality research and ideas into commercial outcomes and support businesses to scale-up and become more competitive and resilient. It will support businesses to adopt new technologies and improve their manufacturing processes to boost productivity and competitiveness.

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Funding & duration

  • From AUD $1M – $20M (expected average approx. $4M)
  • Requires matching cash contribution (25% of cash can include funding from State, Territory or local government grants)
  • All projects must be completed by 31 March 2024

Submission requirements & due date

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