Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) together with the University of Adelaide's Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) were pleased to attend the 2016 SA Science Excellence Awards long luncheon on 12 August 2016 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia.
Trajan and University of Adelaide were honored to be named as a finalist for the Excellence in Research Collaboration award by the Government of South Australia.
We would like to congratulate all finalists and winners, particularly in the area of research collaboration as we firmly believe industry-academic partnerships combine technical and commercial expertise to produce innovative solutions that could benefit society.
The Science Excellence Awards is South Australia’s premier event to recognize and reward outstanding scientific endeavour, including its application in industry and the advancement of science and mathematics education.
Photo (L-R): Receiving a finalist commendation for Excellence in Research Collaboration, Mr Piers Lincoln, Institute Manager, IPAS, Dr Anne Collins, General Manager, Instruments, Sensors and Devices, Trajan, Mr Robert Lyon, Head of Corporate Development, Trajan, Prof Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, Senior Research Fellow, IPAS, Mr Andrew Robertson, Project Manager, Instruments, Sensors and Devices, Trajan, Dr Herbert Foo, Principal Scientist, Photonics, Trajan.
Photo: Specialty glass and optical fiber samples on display.
Photo: Congratulations to the Excellence in Research Collaboration award winner - University of Adelaide's Australian Almond Breeding Program, which is funded through Horticulture Innovation Australia.
Photo: 2016 Science Excellence Awards, Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia.
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