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The University of Sydney is a public research university located in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1850 as Australia's first university, it is regarded as one of the world's leading universities. The u...
The University of Sydney is a public research university located in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1850 as Australia's first university, it is regarded as one of the world's leading universities. The university is one of Australia's six sandstone universities.
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The University for the real world QUT (Queensland University of Technology) is a highly successful Australian university with an applied emphasis in courses and research. Based in Brisbane, the uni...
The University for the real world

QUT (Queensland University of Technology) is a highly successful Australian university with an applied emphasis in courses and research. Based in Brisbane, the university has a global outlook, some 50,000 students, including 9000 from overseas, and an annual budget of more than AU$750 million.
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SEGRA is a professional and inclusive network that provides relevant information, leadership and an annual conference to empower and promote rural, regional and remote communities.
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CQUniversity is Australia's largest regional university offering certificates, diplomas and degrees.
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The National Skills Commission (NSC) provides expert advice and national leadership on Australia's labour market and current, emerging and future workforce.
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Queenslanders are taking strong action on climate change We have set bold but achievable targets for reducing our emissions while creating jobs. We will deliver: 50% renewable energy target b...
Queenslanders are taking strong action on climate change

We have set bold but achievable targets for reducing our emissions while creating jobs.

We will deliver:

50% renewable energy target by 2030
30% emissions reduction below 2005 levels by 2030
zero net emissions by 2050.
Queensland has already achieved 20% of our renewable energy target by 2020.

We are almost two-thirds to reaching our 2030 emissions reduction target having reduced emissions by 19% since 2005 based on the latest 2020 data.
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The University of Queensland is a public research university located primarily in Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of Queensland. Founded in 1909 by the Queensland parliament, UQ is ...
The University of Queensland is a public research university located primarily in Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of Queensland. Founded in 1909 by the Queensland parliament, UQ is one of the six sandstone universities, an informal designation of the oldest university in each state.
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The Australian Cobotics Centre is funded via a grant from the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council's Industrial Transformation Research Program, and its industry and universit...
The Australian Cobotics Centre is funded via a grant from the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council's Industrial Transformation Research Program, and its industry and university partners.

The centre is a multidisciplinary and multi-industry collaboration with partners from a range of industries including medical devices and steel making and academics from different universities (and disciplines including Engineering, Business, Health and Design.

Our core values reflect who we are and how we approach our work. Everything we do is EPIC: • Excellent – World leading research with transformational outcomes for industry. • People-centric – Positive, inclusive and supportive people building a workforce for the future. • Innovative – Forward thinking solutions created for industry through interdisciplinary research. • Collaborative – Multi-sector and multi-disciplinary expertise unified in a shared goal to improve the Australian manufacturing industry.

Our vision is to transform the Australian manufacturing industry and increase global competitivity through the deployment of collaborative robots.
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The University of Technology Sydney is a public research university located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Although its origins are said to trace back to the 1870s, the university was founded ...
The University of Technology Sydney is a public research university located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Although its origins are said to trace back to the 1870s, the university was founded in its current form in 1988. As of 2021, UTS enrols 45,221 students through its 9 faculties and schools.
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Nothing beats hands-on learning, which is why JCU provides as many opportunities for professional work experience as possible. JCU’s unique campus locations mean that students can complete practica...
Nothing beats hands-on learning, which is why JCU provides as many opportunities for professional work experience as possible.

JCU’s unique campus locations mean that students can complete practical experience in some of the most interesting places on Earth. Our Cairns and Townsville campuses are surrounded by the spectacular ecosystems of the wet tropics, the savannahs and the Great Barrier Reef.

Students can undertake professional placements in regional, rural and remote areas, or even overseas. There is also the opportunity to complete a placement or research project at one of JCU’s field stations.

• JCU Fletcherview Research Station – a working cattle station in the iconic Queensland outback
• JCU Orpheus Island Research Station – a secluded island on the Great Barrier Reef that is home to the most diverse and beautiful marine, estuarine and terrestrial ecosystems in the world
• JCU Daintree Rainforest Observatory – where students can explore the World Heritage listed Daintree Forest, the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest in Australia.
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Deakin University is a public university in Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1974, the university was named after Alfred Deakin, the second Prime Minister of Australia. Its main campuses are in Melbour...
Deakin University is a public university in Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1974, the university was named after Alfred Deakin, the second Prime Minister of Australia. Its main campuses are in Melbourne's Burwood suburb, Geelong Waurn Ponds, Geelong Waterfront and Warrnambool, as well as the online Cloud Campus.

Deakin has a deep history of collaboration. We have forged partnerships with leaders in industry, government, and research to solve problems, share ideas, and inspire work-ready graduates. From developing community initiatives, connecting with global universities, to innovating with industry, Deakin promotes collaboration in everything we do.

Research at Deakin is about changing the world. Our innovative research centres help to solve global challenges, create smarter technology, and improve the health and wellbeing of communities. With a diverse range of research areas, close links with industry, and first-class facilities, Deakin research creates real-world, far-reaching impact.
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AIBC’s Vision is to be an active voice, involved in policy and advocacy roles to promote and enhance the bilateral Australia-India business and trade relationship as well as provide education and info...
AIBC’s Vision is to be an active voice, involved in policy and advocacy roles to promote and enhance the bilateral Australia-India business and trade relationship as well as provide education and information about Australia-India trade-related opportunities.

AIBC will maintain a close working relationship with its stakeholders including Government of India, Government of Australia and Industry.

AIBC’s National Industry Chapters will further assist in addressing specific bilateral industry issues

AIBC members will be engaged in bilateral trade initiatives, and will actively contribute to AIBC’s vision of strengthening this bilateral relationship.
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Resilient Futures works with organisations to apply the thinking and tools required to leverage disruption. The Resilient Futures definition of disruption is: the consequences, intended and uninten...
Resilient Futures works with organisations to apply the thinking and tools required to leverage disruption.

The Resilient Futures definition of disruption is: the consequences, intended and unintended, of rapid (often exponential) change bought about by digital and physical technologies as well as non-technological change such as social unrest, economic uncertainty, political instability ecological transformation.

Our approach is based on twenty five years of experience in working with organisations around the world. In today’s operating environment, no organisation or industry is or will be untouched by disruption and all organisational leaders must make a choice – see disruption as a tailwind and act to leverage it, or view it as a headwind and fall foul of its consequences.

Resilient Futures can be engaged in a number of ways including training in strategy development, facilitation of strategy development, management coaching and speaking and presentations – all with the objective of applying Strategy in Action to ensure that organisations:

- Be disruption aware and ready
- Embed active strategic capability
- Change ahead of change
- Generate authentic and sustainable value

Strategy in Action (SiA) is the Resilient Futures’ strategy framework used by organisations that are committed to re-setting how they think about and execute strategy – with a specific focus on leveraging disruption.

SiA is specially designed for planning in an age of exponential change where the speed, scale and scope of change is unprecedented and strategy formulation and execution need to be one and the same to ensure agile and timely responses to fast-changing environments. SiA is easy to learn and apply and can be used at a variety of levels within an organisation.
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Whether you're a farmer, landholder, business, state government or local council, you can run a Climate Solutions Fund project. By running a project, you can earn Australian carbon credit units (carbo...
Whether you're a farmer, landholder, business, state government or local council, you can run a Climate Solutions Fund project. By running a project, you can earn Australian carbon credit units (carbon credits) for emissions avoidance or storage of carbon dioxide in vegetation and soil.

Each carbon credit represents one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent greenhouse gas emissions stored or avoided. Climate Solution Fund emission avoidance projects can earn carbon credits for up to seven years. Savanna burning projects and those that store carbon dioxide are able to earn carbon credits for up to 25 years.
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The Build to Rent property sector is growing in Australia – this new class of housing is focused on providing high quality purpose designed and built rental stock, creating an additional housing choic...
The Build to Rent property sector is growing in Australia – this new class of housing is focused on providing high quality purpose designed and built rental stock, creating an additional housing choice for Australian renters with greater security and service.

Build to Rent developments are typically owned by institutional investors for the long term and the owner could be the developer/ongoing building manager. The format provides tenants with the flexibility of renting with the security of home ownership.

Identified as a growth sector, Mirvac has invested in four BTR projects which will all be managed by their newly created LIV platform, this Lean In provides the Institute members with an opportunity to understand the business model, but also the critical aspects of design which respond to this growth sector.

Build-to-Rent developments are usually large-scale residential properties specifically designed, built and managed for long-term ownership and rental.

Build-to-Rent developments generate long-term rental income for developers, rather than up-front sales or capital growth, driving an increased focus on residential tenants. The developments target the growing renter market seeking secure, long-term rentals.

Build-to-Rent provides an opportunity for government to partner with the private sector to deliver discount-to-market affordable rental homes which can help workers find a home closer to their job.
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Innovation strategies, frameworks and implementation plans for effective cutting-edge solutions in health, industry 4.0, education, organisational psychology, human capital and workplace productivity....
Innovation strategies, frameworks and implementation plans for effective cutting-edge solutions in health, industry 4.0, education, organisational psychology, human capital and workplace productivity.

The group supports the emergence of ‘Consumer Directed Care’, a personalised ‘continuum of care’ model, that is now legislated (in Australia) for both disability services (NDIS) and in-home aged care.

‘Consumer Directed Care’ is our entree into ‘Value Based Care’ and Australia’s global healthcare differentiator. Getting it right, means systemic entrenched leadership across Asia-Pacific for at least the next 2-3 generations.

This new model of healthcare, whist initially disruptive, will help drive new 21st century population health practices and the underpinning next generation of assistive technology. ‘Industry 4.0’ business models and technologies will be at its core.

New systems will emerge that have our citizens with comorbidity and chronic health conditions at the centre. Rapidly converging demands will align our population health, aged care, disability services, technology and education providers into a new alliance focused on co-designing highly personalised and practical solutions from the outset.

Capacity building will be a key principle progressing along the illness, wellness and fitness spectrum.

"Maximising opportunities from new, growing and strategically important industries including renewable energy and the digital and care economies will be critical to boosting productivity, sustaining full employment and ensuring our cities and regions thrive."

The most significant structural shift of the past 20 years has been the rise of the services sector. The growth in the health and care economy has been an important part of this trend."

• The health care and social assistance sector has more than doubled in size over the past 20 years, rising from 10 to 15 per cent of the workforce and now employs more than 2 million people. Employment in the sector is projected to grow by 15.8 per cent over the next five years.

• Labour shortages in the care workforce are already acute and expected to worsen with a projected shortfall of 286,000 care workers by 2050. Low pay and challenging conditions, partly as a result of high workloads and staff absences related to COVID-19 and influenza, have led to higher staff turnover.

• The care workforce is also highly feminised. Around 9 in 10 aged care workers are women and a high number of workers come from migrant backgrounds.
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AusAgritech is shaping the future of Agritech in Australia and its contribution to the Australian economy. Agritech is a standalone sector which applies technology to the agri-food supply chain, and c...
AusAgritech is shaping the future of Agritech in Australia and its contribution to the Australian economy. Agritech is a standalone sector which applies technology to the agri-food supply chain, and contemporaneously crosses over into energy, water, sustainability, environment, climate, industry and emissions reduction.

Our world leading Agritech sector is on the frontline enabling on-farm and supply chain adoption of technology, as well as building a clean, green and sustainable future. It is the cornerstone of transforming the way we farm, how the supply chain operates, drives a world leading export reputation and is a key enabler of sustainability and climate adaptation through the development of commercial and scaled applied technology solutions.

The Agritech industry powers Australia when it strives to reach its national level agricultural productivity, export, sustainability and digitilisation goals.

We exist to bring the Agritech ecosystem to the table to grow a vibrant sector.
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The Soil CRC (CRC for High Performance Soils) was established in 2017 to give farmers the knowledge and tools they need to make decisions on extremely complex soil management issues. By bridging a g...
The Soil CRC (CRC for High Performance Soils) was established in 2017 to give farmers the knowledge and tools they need to make decisions on extremely complex soil management issues.
By bridging a gap between soil scientists and farmers, we will ensure that soil performance is increased not just in the short term, but in the long term.
Our practical, real-world outputs will allow farmers to optimise their productivity, yield and profitability, and ensure the long-term sustainability of their farming businesses.
Through its soil research and innovation program, the Soil CRC will develop new solutions that will unlock the potential of Australia’s agricultural sector.
It will address the billions of dollars in lost opportunity experienced by farmers and regional communities due to infertile and underperforming soils.
CRCs are led by passionate and motivated industry partners, and draw in the brightest researchers from across Australia to address issues of national significance.
• New mechanisms for financially rewarding management of high performance soils.
• New integrated soil management solutions that provide greater precision for farmers.
• New ways to measure the performance of soils.
• New advanced and innovative products to increase soil fertility and function.
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The Hydrogen Industry Cluster will drive crucial collaboration across the emerging hydrogen value chain, building the scale and capabilities of existing industry start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs and furt...
The Hydrogen Industry Cluster will drive crucial collaboration across the emerging hydrogen value chain, building the scale and capabilities of existing industry start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs and further leveraging and developing their technologies that will sustain a clean, innovative, competitive and safe hydrogen industry.
The Cluster will also connect cluster members with leading Australian research organisations, supporting the commercialisation of their IP in Australia, creating high value jobs, securing investment and ultimately supporting hydrogen exports driven by a world-leading hydrogen supply chain of technology solutions and services.
The announcement of the Hydrogen Industry Cluster and NERA’s role forms a key part of the National Hydrogen Strategy released by the Council for Australian Governments (COAG).
The National Hydrogen Strategy has been developed by Australian Governments to create the necessary social and regulatory framework that allows the hydrogen industry to expand, and sets out the foundations needed for Australian businesses to develop a vibrant hydrogen industry that benefits all Australians, while meeting safety and community standards. The aim of the strategy is to:
• build a clean, innovative and competitive hydrogen industry;
• position Australia’s hydrogen industry as a major global player by 2030; and
• coordinate the approach to projects that support hydrogen industry development.
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