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IP and commercialisation
Our simple, flexible approach to IP helps ensure UTS is easy to deal with and gives our research, technologies and innovations the best chance of success in the ‘real’ world.
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UTS research partnerships with industry.
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At UTS, we develop pioneering research solutions with real benefits.
Institute for Sustainable Futures: Australia’s first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle that returns electricity to the grid (V2G).
Centre for Autonomous Systems with Northcott Innovation: Easy Access IP. Making streets easier to navigate with a step-climbing wheelchair attachment.
UTS Data Arena: 360-degree visualisation centre. Identifying patterns, discovering trends and steering research. Operates on open-source software.
Centre for Autonomous Systems ARC Linkage with NSW Roads and Maritime Services. Keeping the Sydney Harbour Bridge clean and safe with autonomous robots.
Professor Derek Eamus, Science: awarded $250,000 Google Impact Challenge grant. Securing groundwater for half the world’s population.
Professor Shari Forbes, Science: helping identify the dead and solve crimes through Australia’s only taphonomic research facility.
Professor Philip Doble, Science. Partnering with Agilent Technologies in the Elemental Bio-imaging Facility: understanding life, diseases and their treatments at an elemental level.
i3 institute with Comvita: ARC Linkage and contract research. Using the natural properties of honey to guard against infection and antibiotic resistance.
PhD student Felicia Adinanto, Graduate School of Health and Bayer Australia Consultancy Fund. Improving vision with research into strabismus.
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Produced by Ryan Diefenbach
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