Two CRCs give their insights into wrapping up research programs with optimal impact.
The Future Oysters CRC-P is a case study for the success of short-term industry research collaboration, reports Matthew Brace.
A lifeline has arrived for northern Australia’s cattle farmers, who have endured almost a decade of drought, in the form of a new kind of legume.
Inexpensive materials can be used in high-performance batteries of the future to benefit, for example, Auto-Rickshaws.
From bee breathalysers that detect disease to AI chatbots battling body image disorders, these early career researchers are thinking big.
It’s 30 years since the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Program was established. During this period, it has boosted productivity, grown the economy and created jobs.
Flooding the night with light affects the human production of melatonin – a hormone that helps regulate sleep.
Shift work and irregular rostered hours can worsen workers’ health, safety and productivity.
Three years into its 10-year funding period, iMOVE Cooperative Research Centre shares some of its early successes and reflects on the value of its emerging collaborations and need for national coordination.
A remarkable new material developed by the University of Sydney can extract water from air, and could change our future relationship with water.
Solving issues in water security starts with innovative teams where universities and industry work together.
New publication Australian University Science reveals the research impact on future energy technologies.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) focusses on training the next generation of research leaders in energy and smart materials.
Science expertise is key to delivering sustainable energy solutions emerging from the hydrogen economy.
Pig farms in Australia are turning their waste product into an energy source by capturing and burning the methane from pig manure.
Autonomous cars might sound revolutionary but will only solve transport issues if they integrate with public transport and other vehicles.
The $218 million MinEx CRC is the world’s largest exploration collaboration and brings deep new tech to the challenges of depleted resources.
Isotopic research techniques are a powerful tool for environmental scientists and researchers at ANSTO are global leaders in this field.
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.
Experts at the CRC for Alertness, Safety and Productivity (Alertness CRC) are collaborating with institutions and industry to potentially help millions of people improve their sleep health.
New technology that harnesses sunlight to drive chemical reactions is paving the way for a more sustainable chemical manufacturing industry.
The finishing touches are being put on designs for Australia’s contribution to the world’s largest radio telescope: the Square Kilometre Array.
The NEAR energy data assets program from CSIRO, AEMO and the Department of the Environment and Energy will provide an important resource for energy researchers.