The new research hub will deliver technologies to address Australia’s critical infrastructure needs.
Four projects led by UNSW academics will fund research in quantum computing, urban stormwater reuse, environmental sensing, and fusion energy storage.
A new research hub for microrecycling has opened at UNSW Sydney today.
The Research Hub aims to position Australia at the forefront of connected health by integrating sensor science with data analytics, regulatory approval, and manufacturing capabilities.
The Centre is developing new cost-effective technologies and building Australia’s capability, to place the nation at the forefront of the hydrogen economy.
The two projects aim to produce materials used in electronic, magnetic, and optical devices and infrastructure for the bioprinting of 3D models of organs and tissues.
The new centre will develop carbon catalysts for clean energy, CO2 capture, and green chemistry to reduce emissions.
The Fellows have secured more than $13 million for projects in science, engineering, the humanities and medicine.
Funding will support academics to develop novel solutions to protect Australia’s infrastructure from fires and build workforce capacity in the nation’s architectural sector.
A Senate committee is discussing a bill designed to shore up the independence of the Australian Research Council, after recent high-profile cases of ministers vetoing research grants.