Innovation and commercialisation awards

June 16, 2016

Meet the three winners of the Clunies Ross Awards in these short videos from the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.

Since 1991, the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) have honoured Australia’s top innovators with their annual Clunies Ross Awards.

These awards are given to people who achieve a high degree of economic, social, or environmental benefits through their work, and are split into three categories; Entrepreneur of the Year, Knowledge Commercialisation and Innovation.

This year’s winners were revealed last night at ATSE’s Innovation Dinner. Watch the following short videos to learn about the endeavours of Dr Elaine Saunders, Professor Peter Murphy and Professor Maree Smith.

These videos were first published by ATSE and Hase Productions on 15 June 2016. View the original videos here.

Read more: Professor Maree Smith’s pharmaceutical developments were commercialised by Spinifex Pharmaceuticals, listed in the Science Meets Business Top 25 Australian research and development spin-off companies. Read Maree Smith’s insights into R&D commercialisation in the following interviews with the Top 25 R&D spin-off leaders:

Top 25 insights: venture capital

Top 25: international insights

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Top 25 insights: start-up challenges

Top 25 insights: spin-off start-ups

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