29 July 2022
Dr Thomas Ting is an entrepreneur, business leader, engineer, and researcher who has been involved with projects and enterprises internationally. He is the Deputy Director-Commercialisation in the newly formed Enterprise Hub at the University of South Australia and Director of UniSA Ventures and MPI Biotech.
21 June 2022
Professor Michael Stewardson is the interim CEO of the recently established One Basin CRC, which was one of the latest CRCs to be funded in Round 23 of the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program. He is a leader in water research who works at the coalface of industry and government agencies. His journey as an industry-engaged researcher began with his PhD also as part of the CRC Program.
24 May 2022
Associate Professor Kathy Evans is an accomplished …
29 April 2022
Dr Nikki Dumbrell is an environmental and natural resource economist who is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow with CSIRO.
1 April 2022
Mayeda Rashid is a ‘badass researcher’. These are not her words, but the words of her PhD project participants: schoolchildren in Bangladesh who were deeply involved in the design of her research in disaster risk reduction.
11 February 2022
Luigi Vandi neatly fits the archetype of the academic …
15 December 2021
‘I had always said that I was never going to do a PhD, …
29 November 2021
program. “What really stood out and attracted me were the partnerships, the collaboration, and the applied science.”
17 September 2021
Professor Bronwyn Fox, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) at Swinburne University and CSIRO’s next Chief Scientist, is a powerhouse of industry-engaged research who came to the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program very early in her career.
17 August 2021
Dr Ashik Mohamed is an awarded researcher specialising in ophthalmology and was part of an international collaboration through the Cooperative Research Centres Program.
8 July 2021
Baran Yildiz is an energetic researcher who represents …
10 June 2021
Dr Cathy Drinkwater did not look for the CRC Program, but says it found her.
Cathy’s career in collaborative research began at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI) which was partnered with the CRC for Cellular Growth Factors (CRC-CGF).