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A repositioned economy based on structural change enabling knowledge/IP translation and not restricted by geography is an outcome that will serve Australia well as we move further into the 21st century. And so it is that the contributors for this edition of the B/HERT News bring a focus to initiatives that will be a part of this journey.
Driving stronger partnerships and collaboration between business, industry, researchers and the higher education sectors was the theme of Senator Simon Birmingham's address to the 2015 B/HERT Awards Dinner. Read the transcript of his address.
Read B/HERT's submission to the Australian Research Council's request for feedback on engagement and impact of the National Science and Innovation Agenda. It will be published alongside other submissions on the ARC website at www.arc.gov.au.
17 university executives attended the 2016 higher education and research study tour to Denmark and Sweden. Organised by Cisco, it was the 6th annual study tour and showcased effective partnerships between universities and industry. The theme of the study tour was `Innovation Inside and Outside of the University'. Download the report.
The 2016 B/HERT Awards will be held on Tuesday 15 November in Melbourne, Crown Towers, Palladium C. Tickets to the dinner are on sale now. Purchase yours below.