From: Joint media release with The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training and the Hon Karen Andrews MP, Assistant Minister for Science.
A strategic partnership for manufacturing and R&D between the University of Adelaide and Trajan Scientific and Medical shows how research institutions and manufacturers can work together to power the National Innovation and Science Agenda’s ideas boom.
Scientists from the University’s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing and the School of Physical Sciences will work with Trajan to commercialise their research into products that ultimately benefit human health and wellbeing.
At the partnership launch at the University, the Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Christopher Pyne, said the national agenda would create a climate in which similar relationships would thrive.
“Collaborations like this produce links that will enable researchers to work with industry, in this case an advanced manufacture can produce tangible outcomes from their work through products with wide-ranging medical and scientific applications,” Mr Pyne said.
“It’s an exciting alliance that demonstrates what the Agenda will achieve by placing science and innovation at the heart of transforming Australia’s economy with world-leading science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) products and services.”
“This sort of manufacturing, of specialty glass products for the global science and medical equipment market, shows the importance of equipping Australians with appropriate job skills for the workforce of the 21st century.”
Photo(L-R): Dr Anne Collins, General Manager, Instruments, Sensors and Devices, Dr Herbert Foo, Principal Scientist, Photonics, Trajan Scientific and Medical, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training, the Hon Karen Andrews MP, Assistant Minister for Science, and the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Australia. Source: University of Adelaide
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