Inspire change in the New Year. Enrol now for BLD510 'Creating and Communicating the Innovation Message'
From Paddock to Plate - How to innovate in the food industry.
The third Tasmanian Innovation Census is underway.
For Research Week 2013 AIRC will be holding a forum on innovation research in Tasmania on 4th September at the AIRC offices, 1 College Road, Sandy Bay.
Professional Development Workshop: 'Creating and Communicating the Innovation Message'.
The report from the 2010 Tasmaina Innovation Census - Innovation in Difficult Times - is now available.
The AIRC has relocated to new premises on the Sandy Bay campus.
Enrolments for the AIRC's units are now open for 2013.
The Prime Minister's Taskforce on Manufacturing, of which Professor Jonathan West is a member, has released its final report, titled Smarter manufacturing for a smarter Australia.
AIRC Honorary Fellow Dr Richard Smart has been awarded the International Wine Challenge's (IWC) 2012 International Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to viticulture.
The Network for Business Sustainability has featured Dr Ann Torugsa's journal article.
The AIRC is offering the new unit, BAA604 Innovation in the Food Industry, for the first time in 2013.
A new book by the AIRC's Professor Ian Marsh (with Raymond Miller) has been published by Cambridge University Press.
The Hon Michael Field AC has been appointed as UTAS' next Chancellor.
The AIRC will be offering BAA502 Introduction to Commercialisation in Spring School (21, 22, 23 November 2012).
Kieran O'Brien presented a research paper at the 7th Interdisciplinary Conference on Social Sciences, Barcelona, Spain.
The Australian Innovation and Research Centre (AIRC) has conducted a baseline survey of smaller businesses in Tasmania with 5 to 50 full-time equivalent employees. The survey collected information on two key themes: small business internet usage and the cost of complying with government regulations.
Helen Bailey & James Young: I-Gen - is it an Apple product?
The AIRC’s Kieran O’Brien and Dr Ann Torugsa have published a new paper which empirically analyses the supply-side determinants of eco-innovations related to Energy Consumption or Efficiency (ECE) for electricity and other energy sources.
The Australian Innovation and Research Centre (AIRC) is conducting a baseline survey of smaller businesses in Tasmania with 5 to 50 full-time equivalent employees. The survey will collect information on two key themes: small business internet usage and the cost of complying with government regulations.