Partner with us
Australia-first biofabrication institute
QUT and Metro North Hospital and Health Service have established the Herston Biofabrication Institute, which will host researchers including Professor Mia Woodruff, who is internationally recognised as a leader in biofabrication (3D printing body parts).
Agricultural industry research collaboration
Associate Professor Robert Speight is leading a project with industry partners Bioproton Pty Ltd and Ridley AgriProducts, that has received signifcant Advance Queensland funding to establish Australia’s first biomanufacturing platform to develop animal feed supplements.
Research to better understand disease
ARC Future Fellow, Professor Matthew Simpson, collaborates with research partners at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) and Oxford University. His work is currently focused on developing new mathematical models to better understand the spread of diseased cells.
Partnership to automate underground mining vehicles
Roboticist Associate Professor Michael Milford is leading a project with Caterpillar Inc and CRC Mining that has received $428,240 of Advance Queensland funding, focusing on the automation of underground mining vehicles.
Ways to collaborate
Forming a research partnership with us will provide many benefits to your organisation.
Our expertise in finding solutions to complex problems means that we deliver real-world results for our partners in industry and government.
You can partner with us and secure significant real-world advantages for your organisation through:
- short-term and one-off projects, including:
- contract research
- testing and analysis services
- access to facilities.
- long-term commercial and collaborative projects investigating research solutions of mutual interest
- investment in undergraduate and postgraduate student research projects of industry relevance
- competitive partnership funding schemes such as ARC Linkage Project grants
- establishing Cooperative Research Centres.