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In this article, Dr. Leanna Read, Chief Scientist of South Australia. Leanna looks at the impact of new government incentives on Research and Development, and discusses the impact of meaningful research partnerships on overall collaboration and industry commercialisation.
Associate Professor Kevin Pfleger is a National Heath and Medical Research Council Research Fellow, and is the head of Molecular Endocrinology and Pharmacology at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and Centre for Medical Research, The University of Western Australia, where he runs a laboratory group researching hormone therapies.
Kevin is also Chief Scientific Advisor of Dimerix Limited, a spin-out company from the Perkins and The University of Western Australia.
In this article, we chat to Kevin about the need to reshape the research sector and the culture surrounding it. Kevin also shares insights into building meaningful partnerships for better research collaboration and commercialisation that will ultimately see economy-wide benefits.
In this article, John Best, Vice President of Technology and Research & Development at Thales Australia. John shares how Thales is driving commerciality through research partnerships, and how better communication with research partners has led to a greater return on investment.
- Addressing the paradigm shift from publication focused incentives to commercialisation focused incentives
- Investigating the role for government in facilitating commercialisation and translation
- Exploring fracture points within the ecosystem (differing incentives, disconnect between researchers and business) and leveraging policy to bridge those gaps
Removing the Barriers of Effective Knowledge Transfer: Discussing Easy Access IP, Easy Access Research and Knowledge Transfer Metrics
In this presentation from Research Innovation 2017, Kevin Cullen, CEO, UNSW Innovations, looks at the barriers that exist within the research ecosystem that impede knowledge transfer, prove to be an obstacle to industry engagement and limit commercialization.
- Evaluating Easy Access IP and Easy Access Research and their role in driving knowledge transfer and ensuring IP is used
- Developing a narrative to gain support and buy-in to drive the shift
- Discussing existing R&D incentives and moving away from research for publication
In this presentation from Research Innovation 2017, Prof. Sakkie Pretorious, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research, Macquarie University, explores a framework that Macquarie University have in place to improve the effectiveness of commercialisation and translation. It will highlight its partnership with Macquarie Park, including:
- Building effective partnerships
- Discussing the IP
- Channelling socio-economic outcomes
Monash University and Bosch Australia have teamed up to create what they say will be an Australia-first smart agriculture research facility, which will include an agtech launchpad facility and development centre spread over one hectare at Bosch's headquarters in Clayton, Victoria.
First Australian Defence Cooperative Research Centre formed for development of Trusted Autonomous Systems
This is being set up under the NGTF, with AU$50 million invested over 7 years to deliver trustworthy smart-machine technologies for new defence capabilities based on advanced human-machine teaming concepts.
How Macquarie University is doubling commercial deals on research projects through a focus on engagement and collaboration
Over the last two years, Macquarie University has doubled their commercial research deals and has secured partnerships with companies such as Cochlear and Horticulture Australia.
Article: How Macquarie University is doubling commercial deals on research projects through a focus on engagement and collaboration
Over the last two years, Macquarie University has doubled their commercialisation deals and has secured partnerships with companies such as the Voice Project and Bayer.
Ahead of the 3rd Annual Research Innovation Summit 2018, Anna Grocholsky, Director, Commercialisation and Innovation at Macquarie University, shares how her team has rolled-out programs focused on research, engagement, impact and how they are fostering a start-up mind-set to ensure research innovation and success.
Changing The Culture Of Public - Private Sector Partnerships to drive research innovation: An inside look at Swinburne University of Technology’s and Siemens’ 4.0 Testlabs program
In this case study, Professor Aleksander Subic, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Development) at Swinburne University of Technology discusses the how changing the culture in the university to bring industry and researchers closer together has been essential to the success of the program and lessons learned from the project journey to date.