This is where our Members can showcase their collaborative projects and activities.
A long-running STEM program supported by a major international energy firm and Rotary clubs, involving 35 Universities, is encouraging high school students across Australia to pursue science careers.
The state of the art Tonsley Manufacturing Innovation Hub (TMI) at Flinders University is driving practical and research opportunities into the role of advanced robotics in manufacturing systems, with the support of the South Australian Government and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC).
Flinders is forging a defence-oriented strategy and cross-disciplinary approach to key growth industries including maritime engineering, nanotechnology, energetics, forensic and analytical science, robotics, systems engineering, control and imaging and cybersecurity.
UWA’s Geodata Algorithms Team will apply their expertise to data analytics and data mining research projects in collaboration with Rio Tinto for mineral exploration.
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A new facility described as an вЂњag-tech launch padвЂќ has been opened by the two parties in South-East Melbourne, complete with a prototype вЂњsmart farmвЂќ to research innovative new farming procedures. Monash UniversityвЂ™s Ken Sloan tips agricultural technological advancement as, вЂњthe next big growth industry for AustraliaвЂќ.
In Australia, 250,000 people have been diagnosed with epilepsy, with 3 percent to 3.5 percent of the population expected to experience the condition at some point in their lives. Researchers from IBM and the University of Melbourne have developed a proof-of-concept seizure forecasting system that predicted an average of 69 percent of seizures across 10 epilepsy patients.
The University of Melbourne is the only Australian university ranked in the top 50 of scientific institution, Nature's list of leading universities for bilateral partnerships.
Australian firm Intersective, a BHERT member, is one of the first to receive funding from CSIRO’s investment fund, Main Sequence Ventures. The new funds will be used to extend and enhance the capabilities of their Practera platform, which provides a toolkit for educators to manage a range of experiential learning programmes like internships, cross-functional projects, accelerators, mentoring and skills micro-credentialing.
A strategic alliance between La Trobe University and Optus Business has led to the development of cybersecurity courses that provide work-integrated learning and employment pathways for La Trobe graduates.
The partnership between Rubicon Water and the University of Melbourne is an outstanding example of industry and higher education working together to develop and commercialise solutions to current environmental problems, resulting in significant environmental, social, and economic benefits for all stakeholders.
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