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Why can't Australia make mRNA vaccines? Because we don't make enough 'deep technology' companies

By Julian Waters-Lynch, Lecturer Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Organisational Design, RMIT University
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Caught out by its strategy to bet on COVID-19 vaccines that could be made in Australia, the federal government is now scrambling oto manufacture mRNA vaccines locally.

Its “approach to market” strategy has effectively asked companies how much government money they need to do so. But even with subsidies, this plan will take years.

So why can’t Australia make the mRNA vaccines?

That’s not actually the right question to ask.…

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