The Australian automotive industry is among the winners in the latest round of funding from the federal government for new cooperative research centers. The Automotive Australia 2020 CRC is receiving A$26 million ($25.3 million) to undertake research programs in the areas of vehicle electrification, gaseous fuels and production of greener vehicles and components. Announcing the successful applicants, Innovation Minister Kim Carr says the CRCs build partnerships between excellent ...

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