Trajan with University of Adelaide named finalist for Excellence in Research Collaboration award

Trajan with University of Adelaide named finalist for Excellence in Research Collaboration award

August 01, 2016

Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) together with the University of Adelaide's Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) are honored to be named as a finalist for the Excellence in Research Collaboration award by the Government of South Australia.

From the Government of South Australia, Department of State Development:

The Science Excellence Awards is South Australia’s premier event to recognise and reward outstanding scientific endeavour, including its application in industry and the advancement of science and mathematics education.

Finalist for the 2016 South Australian Science Excellence Award - Excellence in Research Collaboration:

  • Trajan - University of Adelaide partnership
    In November 2015, the University of Adelaide (UoA) commenced a major strategic partnership with Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan), with the support of the South Australian government, and launched the new Trajan R&D and Manufacturing Hub in Adelaide at the University. This collaboration is enabling the realisation of research, development and commercialisation of new generation specialty glass products for the global science and medical equipment market.

View the full list of finalists and awards at the Government of South Australia, Department of State Development website.

Book tickets to the 2016 SA Science Excellence Awards long luncheon to be held on 12 August 2016 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia.

Photo (L-R): Professor Mike Brooks, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Adelaide and Mr Stephen Tomisich, Chief Executive Officer, Trajan Scientific and Medical.
Photo (L-R):
 Professor Mike Brooks, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Adelaide and Mr Stephen Tomisich, Chief Executive Officer, Trajan Scientific and Medical.

More information
2016 Science Excellence Awards SA
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