About Aija

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Aija has created 10 blog entries.

Survey Industry report

2021-08-19T22:32:36+00:00

Thank you to everyone who took part in our survey. Almost 3,000 people responded generating a rich body of insights into how the research and industry sectors are currently interacting with Australia’s NRI, what they need from it now and in the future, and what they see as the emerging trends and [...]

Survey Industry report2021-08-19T22:32:36+00:00

Quick stats and facts from the 2021 NRI Roadmap Survey

2021-08-13T00:10:46+00:00

Thank you to everyone who took part in our survey. Almost 3,000 people responded generating a rich body of insights into how the research and industry sectors are currently interacting with Australia’s NRI, what they need from it now and in the future, and what they see as the emerging trends and [...]

Quick stats and facts from the 2021 NRI Roadmap Survey2021-08-13T00:10:46+00:00

Expert Working Group update

2021-08-18T00:58:03+00:00

Over the last few months the Expert Working Group (EWG) has been in the information-gathering stage. This has included meetings with representatives from current NCRIS facilities, state and territory chief scientists and other stakeholders. Some of the key themes that have emerged in discussions to date include: the underpinning capability provided by [...]

Expert Working Group update2021-08-18T00:58:03+00:00

Media Release: New roadmap for Australian research infrastructure

2021-06-03T05:33:18+00:00

Media Release: New roadmap for Australian research infrastructure   Media Release by The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Minister for Education and Youth and The Hon Christian Porter MP, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology. An expert working group, led by Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO, will lead the development of a new roadmap to [...]

Media Release: New roadmap for Australian research infrastructure2021-06-03T05:33:18+00:00

Polymers to clean up industrial waste

2021-01-18T10:11:58+00:00

A new material made from industrial waste can soak up mercury and oil spills, and is being commercialised for environmental cleaning. Read the full story More stories Check out more success stories from Roadmap 2016 and see what we’re discovering in Roadmap 2021. [...]

Polymers to clean up industrial waste2021-01-18T10:11:58+00:00

Helping mango farmers their harvest

2021-01-19T22:15:35+00:00

Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) supported researchers from Central Queensland University to develop “FruitMaps”, which translates sensor data from mango farms to help farmers make the best decisions. Read the full story More stories Check out more success stories from Roadmap 2016 and [...]

Helping mango farmers their harvest2021-01-19T22:15:35+00:00

Growing Salt Tolerant Wheat

2021-01-18T21:02:08+00:00

New salt-tolerant genes found by the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) have shown an increased wheat grain yield in Australia’s salty soil. Read the full story More stories Check out more success stories from Roadmap 2016 and see what we’re discovering in Roadmap 2021. [...]

Growing Salt Tolerant Wheat2021-01-18T21:02:08+00:00

Uncovering a new layer of history in southwest Victoria

2021-01-18T10:07:37+00:00

Volcanic rocks of Tower Hill (pictured) and Budj Bim World Heritage site in southwest Victoria hold geological, archeological, and cultural significance. Dr Erin Matchan and her team explore all in this study. Image: Jo Condon A research project aligned an ancient volcanic eruption with oral traditions from the [...]

Uncovering a new layer of history in southwest Victoria2021-01-18T10:07:37+00:00

Key bushfire discoveries powered by NCI

2021-01-18T21:02:55+00:00

Bushfires depend on extremely complex weather and environmental patterns, and the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) has the power to help researchers analyse this data. Read the full story More stories Check out more success stories from Roadmap 2016 and see what we’re discovering in [...]

Key bushfire discoveries powered by NCI2021-01-18T21:02:55+00:00

ALA Tracks App

2021-01-18T10:10:56+00:00

Indigenous Rangers from the Central Land Council in the Northern Territory can now track threatened species in both English and Warlpiri using an app supported by the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA). Read the full story More stories Check out more success stories from [...]

ALA Tracks App2021-01-18T10:10:56+00:00
Go to Top