A $230,000 partnership between the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute’s (AMSI) APR.Intern program and the Defence Science Centre (DSC) Western Australia will accelerate STEM PhDs into [...]
A PhD student has influenced the future of Australia’s $17 billion red meat industry by applying 3D X-ray technology – typically used in airports – to automate meat quality detection.
29 May 2019, The Australian, Julie Hare. Rebecca Hermon was headed for a career in the healthcare sector. After all, her PhD thesis was on improving electronic healthcare management [...]
Over half of Australian PhD students are planning to work in industry according to Advancing Australia’s Knowledge Economy – Who are the top PhD Employers? released today by AMSI and CSIRO [...]
A funding partnership between APR.Intern and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) will put new technologies, business models and digitalisation in reach of Australian [...]
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) welcomes the announcement of Professor Tanya Monro as Australia’s Chief Defence Scientist.
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