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ASTech - ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies aims to develop new capabilities and technologies that have the potential to progress the deployment of portable separation science systems into society, as well as training the next generation of industry-ready researchers.
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is Trajan's founding academic partner in ASTech.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) became an ASTech academic partner in 2016.
Trajan’s strategic collaboration with the University of Adelaide's Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing is supported by the South Australian Government, and sees the realization of a research and development and manufacturing hub based on a new generation of specialty glass products for the global science and medical equipment market.
Trajan is pleased to collaborate with the Faculty of Science at the University of Melbourne to support industry projects offered to final year students enrolled in the Master of Biotechnology.
Trajan has engaged in various projects with the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS), a strategic alignment among key researchers at the University of Tasmania, RMIT University and the University of Western Sydney.
The first Trajan Innovation Fund program was established for researchers based at the ACROSS at the University of Tasmania (UTAS), Australia.
Trajan and Queen’s University (Queens), Kingston, Canada, via PARTEQ Innovations, the University’s technology transfer organization; and Université Laval’s Center for Optics, Photonics and Lasers (COPL), Québec City, Canada; are collaborating to develop the next generation of emitter tips for the mass spectrometry industry.
Monash University attended a workshop at Trajan to discuss collaborative projects in developing new advanced manufacturing techniques.