Adelaide's ThincLab and University of New England's SRI AgTech incubators will receive $357,000 and $229,000 of government funding respectively.

Two Australian university-managed incubators are among those to have secured a share of A$2m ($1.4m) in government funding to strengthen the country’s entrepreneurial output in key segments.
University of Adelaide’s ThincLab and University of New England’s Smart Region Incubator (SRI) AgTech have both been chosen for the government’s $16.5m Incubator Support initiative, which aims to help emerging Australia-based businesses realise their potential and build up an international profile.
Adelaide’s ThincLab reportedly launched in 2017, when it was…

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