Alumni Profile | Dr Roman Weh

20 September 2022

Dr Roman Weh is a Process Engineer at Hatch, a global multidisciplinary management, engineering and development consultancy. He is also the first minted PhD alumni of the Future Energy Exports Cooperative Research Centre (FEnEx CRC) and the University of Western Australia.  Read More...

Alumni Profile | Dr Thomas Ting

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.  Read More...

Alumni Profile | Professor Michael Stewardson

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.  Read More...

Minister Husic prioritises Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FBICRC) visit

20 June 2022

Less than four weeks into his new role as the Federal Minister for Industry and Science, Ed Husic MP has prioritised a visit to the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FBICRC). The visit is the latest in a series of engagements had with the Minister and his team both pre and post-election and the latest  Read More...

Welcome Three New CRCs

23 May 2022

The Cooperative Research Centre for Solving Antimicrobial Resistance in Agribusiness, Food and Environments (CRC SAAFE) was announced in May as one of the three successful Round 23 CRC Program bids. It will receive $34.5 million from the Australian Government and will leverage more than $112 million in cash and in-kind from 53 partners over a  Read More...

Newest CRC focussed on building a more resilient and sustainable Murray-Darling Basin

19 May 2022

Cooperative Research Australia has welcomed the announcement today that One Basin Cooperative Research Centre has been confirmed as the third Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) as part of Round 23 of the CRC Program.  Minister for Science and Technology, the Hon Melissa Price MP announced that One Basin CRC would receive $50 million in Australian Government  Read More...

Natural Hazards Research Australia CEO to retire

17 March 2022

The Chief Executive Officer of Natural Hazards Research Australia, Dr Richard Thornton, will leave his position at the end of June this year, at the completion of his current term.   Read More...

Investment in university research commercialisation and innovative workforce a welcome boost

1 February 2022

Media Release Cooperative Research Australia welcomed the announcement today by the Morrison Government of a $1.6 billion investment into the innovation system through Australia’s Economic Accelerator Program and support for expansion of a highly skilled innovation workforce experienced in industry-research collaboration. “We are delighted to see a substantial investment in Australia’s research capability, and investment  Read More...

Key warnings guidelines backed by latest CRC research

21 January 2022

The latest version of the Public Information and Warnings handbook, a key guide for issuing emergency warnings in Australia, has been revised to include the latest research including Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC communications and warnings project findings. Published by the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience, the handbook provides insight and guidance to people responsible for public emergency communications.  Read More...

World’s first alternative sugarcane processing facility tipped for north Queensland

23 November 2021

test a new sugarcane processing system to deliver a variety of high-value products.  Read More...