Hewlett-Packard will build a research and development center at the University of South Australia, itnews said Monday.
Allie Coyne writes a $5.5 million grant will be provided by the Australian government for the Innovation and Collaboration Center to be located at the university’s city west campus.
“Students, graduates, commercialisation experts and industry have opportunities to explore new ideas for business and products, acting as an incubator for new small to medium enterprises and a pipeline for the commercialisation of new innovations,” said David Loyd, University of South Australia vice chancellor and professor.
The R&D center is also expected to bring 400 technology workers to the area, according to the article.
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