Australia has the lowest level of industry-funded research in the OECD. In response, the Federal Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda is initiating changes to its higher-education funding and incentives aimed at encouraging universities to undertake far more research with industry. See the day’s program and register now!
This workshop is about industry research and how to do it: from the big end of town to the GLAM sector and SMEs/creatives/makers.
- Friday 18 March 2016
- 1:00 - 5:45 pm
- Curtin University, Building 100 - Council Chambers and Foyer.
- Free, registration required.
This presents real challenges for humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS) disciplines, because relatively little of what we do is large-scale commercial research. It also presents real opportunities for us, because the digitisation of commerce is transforming traditional notions of “industry” by decentralising and disrupting established models and enabling global innovation to flow from low-capital SMEs, creatives, and “makers.” See the day’s program and register now!