A diverse range of keynote speakers, including Tim Welsh, Leaders group member of the Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council, and CSIRO Director Keith McLean, will explore how cutting-edge technology can transform the economy by developing more sustainable, knowledge-intensive, high-value, globally competitive industries and companies.
The Advanced Manufacturing Summit 2016, hosted by Ausbiotech, will be in Sydney from 15-16 November. It will feature expert presentations and knowledge sharing, revealing how to develop Australia’s capacity as a technologically-innovative global manufacturer of goods such as medical devices, biotech, and advanced materials and engineering technologies.
AMS 2016 will explore how advanced manufacturing can transform the Australian economy by developing more sustainable knowledge-intensive, high-value, globally competitive manufacturing industries and companies where Australia has a strong competitive advantage in manufacturing.
Industry organization AusBiotech has worked on behalf of members for more than 30 years to promote the global growth of Australian biotechnology. It has a network of over 3,000 members in the life sciences, including therapeutics, medical devices and diagnostics, food technology and agricultural, environmental and industrial sectors.
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