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Malaysian agency teams up with SA auto-industry researchers

The University of South Australia has signed a $5-million deal with the Malaysian government’s Automotive Institute to set up a motor vehicle industry research centre at its Adelaide campus.

The five-year agreement builds on the university’s work with the Automotive Australia Cooperative Research Centre in developing polymers, plastic mirrors and nanocomposite thin-film coatings for cars and other vehicles.

The Automotive Innovation Centre will be part of UniSA’s Future Industries Institute which was launched in 2015 to work with industry partners on advanced manufacturing, mining and biomaterials research.

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