Industrial pioneers get $20m to turn science into jobs

By Marion Rae
Updated April 3 2024 - 12:35pm, first published 12:32pm
Olympia Yarger uses insects and industrial robotics to convert food waste into sustainable protein. (HANDOUT/GOTERRA)
Olympia Yarger uses insects and industrial robotics to convert food waste into sustainable protein. (HANDOUT/GOTERRA)

Australia's industrial pioneers will benefit from a $20 million lifeline that extends federal support through the national science agency.

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