UNSW has welcomed the launch of a $50 million investment fund to help bring to market the innovative research and technologies developed at Australian universities.
If we really want to secure prosperity into the future we need take a long, hard look at why Australia has long been floundering at the bottom of the OECD league table for university–industry interaction, write Ian Jacobs and Kevin Cullen.
You can’t have an innovative nation without investing in science, writes Merlin Crossley.
Australia's tax system can help create an economic shift towards a sustainable innovation pipeline, writes Alex Evans.
A UNSW engineer has been recognised by the prestigious MIT Technology Review for his pioneering research building miniaturised systems that separate the rare cells of the human body.
The construction industry offers many opportunities to further federal government goals of enhancing growth through competition, innovation and entrepreneurship, writes Martin Loosemore.
When it comes to incentives to commercialise research the public policy palette is monochrome, writes Jenny Stewart.
Using the tax system in an attempt to foster innovation may not be a sensible policy choice, writes Chris Evans.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has set the innovation challenge: now UNSW Engineering has launched 25 industry research fellowships to boost collaboration with business.
The federal Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, has opened a new $3.3 million laboratory at UNSW for the creation of advanced materials.