Discover the infinite possibilities that a partnership with UNSW Science can bring to your organisation, from pioneering ideas to innovation.
UNSW Science believes in the power of collaboration – where the solution to even the most intractable problem is only a conversation away.
We are committed to sharing our science with the community, developing new partnerships with industry, and strengthening those bonds we already have at both the local and global scale. With a wealth of research excellence, deep subject matter expertise and world class research infrastructure, we are committed to building stronger connections and developing partnerships and industry opportunities on local and global scales.
“Entering a new partnership, be it with industry, government or a not-for-profit, is always an exciting time, but it’s the path that collaboration takes us along – the problems we solve, the jobs we create and the global change we affect – that motivates us.”
- Professor Dane McCamey, Associate Dean Enterprise and Engagement, UNSW Science
Last year UNSW Science worked with over 170 partner organisations across sectors ranging from insurance to environmental management, finance to refugee mental health, aerospace to biotechnology.
We are flexible in the ways we can work together. Each relationship is unique and the goals achieved diverse:
Partners work with us for a variety of reasons, including
“We felt that UNSW could offer us a solution to some of the problems we were facing. The relationship we developed with UNSW allowed us to dedicate a researcher to focus solely on the challenges we were facing. That proved incredibly valuable to us. The process was easy. Working with the academics, the University, was excellent. Seamless I would say. I'd definitely recommend it.”
Dr Simon Fielding, Principal Chemist, Memjet Technology
“The team at UNSW was able to analyse the data and provide really specific and useful insights which ultimately allows us to improve our designs and manufacturing. The results provide a breakthrough in our thinking which is now guiding our product development.”
Alex Bilyk, VP Research, CAP-XX
Professor Martina Stenzel’s research on complex polymer architectures provided a change for digital ink technology leader Memjet to explore new innovation.
We’re keeping a closer eye on climate-related Antarctic sea ice changes thanks to the ‘Ice Cube’ partnership between Dr Shane Keating and commercial small-satellite leader Spire Global.
The need to explore new energy storage materials created an opportunity for UNSW Science Associate Professor Neeraj Sharma to partner with CAP-XX, a world-leader in the design and manufacture of supercapacitors.
Mentor, collaborate and work with the next generation of science graduates.
Our research centres advance science through their work in areas such as clean water, renewable energy, human health and a sustainable environment.
SynBio 10x is a national program open to any SynBio start up in Australia that harnesses entrepreneurial experience and R&D capabilities to accelerate your Synbio or Biotech product development and commercialisation.
Want to explore how your organisation can work with us and benefit from a collaboration? Start a conversation with us.