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Pork CRC

Pig farms in Australia are turning their waste product into an energy source by capturing and burning the methane from pig manure with the Pork CRC.

iMOVE

The iMOVE CRC taps into the digital age with Mobility as a Service platforms, which improve the efficiency of existing transport systems.

CRC ORE

CRC ORE technology promises to revolutionise ore extraction and enable mining to become more profitable and environmentally sustainable.

CRC LCL

Encouraging best practice in building our cities will help us adapt to the uncomfortable impacts of a warming climate, says the CRC for Low Carbon Living.

CRC for Honeybee Products

The initial year of the CRC for Honeybee Products (CRCHBP) marks the start of the greatest concentration of research effort in the history of the honey bee sector in Australia.

Making warm cities more liveable

The Low Carbon Living CRC (CRCLCL) is championing buildings that will withstand the ravages of harsh climates.

Community driven health research

The Lowitja Institute Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health CRC will wrap up in 2019 and has achieved demonstrable health benefits over its 5 year lifetime.


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Making warm cities more liveable

The Low Carbon Living CRC (CRCLCL) is championing buildings that will withstand the ravages of harsh climates.

Innovation, perspiration and consultation

Tony Peacock, CEO of the CRC Association, says that planning is a critical phase of innovation and it requires both a human and technical approach.

Community driven health research

The Lowitja Institute Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health CRC will wrap up in 2019 and has achieved demonstrable health benefits over its 5 year lifetime.

Pig power a game changer for pork producers

Pig farms in Australia are turning their waste product into an energy source by capturing and burning the methane from pig manure.

Rejecting mine waste can save billions

CRC ORE technology promises to revolutionise ore extraction and enable mining to become more profitable and environmentally sustainable.

Wild about rice up north

The CRC for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) seeks to help rice producers tap into the opportunity offered by northern Australia’s climate to meet huge Asian demand for wild rice products.


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Following the success of QUT’s COTSbot, the Great Barrier Reef Foundation has secured funding through the Google Impact Challenge to create an autonomous robot called the RangerBot Autonomous Underwater Vehicle. While contributing to the management of COTS, the RangerBot will also allow scientists to monitor, map and study coral over timeframes not possible for human divers.

Find out more about the RangerBot here.

  • Robots hunt down crown-of-thorns
    QUT's COTSbot is the world's first robot to control the crown-of-thorns starfish, a coral killer that has destroyed vast stretches of the Great Barrier Reef.
  • “Healthcare is not a system”
    Paul Nicolarakis, CEO of the CRC spin-off Lorica Health, explains their business model in a five minute pitch made at the 2016 Tech23 event.
  • FDA approves Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug
    The FDA has approved of an innovative new treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The drug was developed by researchers from Murdoch University.