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Government awards A$20m to industry-focused regional projects

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Six Australian universities receive funding to develop local industry and research capacity

The Australian government has awarded grants through its Regional Research Collaboration Programme to universities in six states.

The A$20 million in funding is part of A$48.8m to be allocated through the programme, which is part of the National Regional, Rural and Remote Tertiary Education Strategy, over four years. All the funded projects have a focus on developing local industry and research capacity in regional areas.

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