27 February 2017
Professor Emily Hilder, Director of UniSA's Future Industries Institute (FII) and Dr Andrew Gooley, Chief Scientific Officer at Trajan Scientific and Medical discuss creating and sustaining partnerships between academia and industry illustrated through the example of development of new measurement technologies to improve health outcomes.
With groundings in engineering and the physical sciences and deep-seated cross-disciplinary connections across the University, the ‘FII way’ is a unique solution-driven approach developing mutually beneficial partnerships with industry to help translate research into commercial outputs.
Watch the video to learn how the FII can transform your business - with an investment of $7.5 million over three years from the South Australian Government into the Future Industries Accelerator. Discover how local SMEs can access research infrastructure with support from technical staff, research and development vouchers to fund projects to address priority industry challenges, and annual mobility grants to facilitate staff exchanges.