ARC invests in research partnerships with industry

June 27, 2024

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has awarded nine highly competitive Linkage Project grants to teams at the University of Sydney to support research into net-zero initiatives, housing policy, biotechnology and other innovative research collaborations. The ARC also announced almost $5 million in funding for a new ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Future Leaders in Quantum Computing (FLiQC) at the University of Sydney, led by Professor Stephen Bartlett. Professor Emma Johnston, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), said: “These world-leading initiatives are fantastic examples of the breadth of industry-relevant research expertise at the University, with enormous potential to advance our understanding of science, the built environment, and society.”“To have nine Linkage Projects and an Industrial Transformation Training Centre supported by the ARC and industry partners is testament to the University’s commitment to engagement and impact which underpins our Sydney in 2032 Strategy.”

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has awarded nine highly competitive Linkage Project grants to teams at the University of Sydney to support research into net-zero initiatives, housing policy, biotechnology and other innovative research collaborations. 

The ARC also announced almost $5 million in funding for a new ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Future Leaders in Quantum Computing (FLiQC) at the University of Sydney, led by Professor Stephen Bartlett.  

Professor Emma Johnston, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), said: “These world-leading initiatives are fantastic examples of the breadth of industry-relevant research expertise at the University, with enormous potential to advance our understanding of science, the built environment, and society.” 

“To have nine Linkage Projects and an Industrial Transformation Training Centre supported by the ARC and industry partners is testament to the University’s commitment to engagement and impact which underpins our Sydney in 2032 Strategy.” 

The source of this news is from University of Sydney

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