Government

Our partnerships unleash the impact of our research.

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Learn about ’s strategic partnerships with government organisations.

The Randwick Health & Innovation Precinct brings together world-class education, research and healthcare organisations to address real-world problems across the lifespan, from newborns to centennials.
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For more than 50 years, Canberra has been in partnership with the Department of Defence to enable trainee officers in the Australian Defence Force to combine a degree from with their military and leadership training.
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Sydney has partnered with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, in collaboration with Taronga Conservation Society Australia and Ecological Horizons to bring back seven locally extinct mammals to an area in north-west NSW.
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The UK government has announced a $1.8 million initial contribution to the Global Ocean Accounts Partnership (GOAP), coordinated by Sydney, in a bid to tackle climate change, restore ocean health and reduce poverty in developing countries.
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is a global leader in research and collaborates with governments, industry, and not-for-profits around the world.
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Learn more about our strategic collaboration with government organisations:

Sydney will lead a new institute which will aim to establish an RNA-based manufacturing hub in Sydney following the NSW Government’s call to drive RNA production in the State.
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In partnership with the NSW Government, Bushfire has established a state-of-the-art global centre for strategic research into understanding, tackling and preventing bushfires and

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Sydney has joined an Australian-first alliance of government and leading universities to promote Sydney’s west as a global destination for educational excellence.
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researchers have partnered with WWF Australia, Taronga Zoo and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service to bring platypuses back into the Royal National Park after 50 years away.
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helps give Georges River Council a makeover

A partnership between School of Built Environment, Georges River Council and Street Furniture Australia is seeing the installation of "responsive" technology in the local area.
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