For Research Week 2016, AIRC will be presenting the results of our recent survey on Management and Service Innovations in Australian and New Zealand Universities.
The 2016 awards build upon the success of the 2015 Innovative Tasmania Awards, which were founded by Australian Innovation Research Centre, Bell Bay Aluminium and BOFA in Action with five award categories.
New Evidence on the Frequency, Impacts and Costs of Activities to Develop Innovations in Australian Businesses.
Release of the preliminary results for Management and Service Innovations in Australian and New Zealand Universities.
Interested in a PhD? This could be the opportunity for you.
The theme for the 2015 AIRC Flagship Seminar is Enterprise Education.
Dr Colin Jones, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, will be presenting "The Promise of Enterprise Education; Going One Step Beyond Ruskin.
From functional to cultural - A diagnosis of destination marketing success.
Creating Change in a State of Political Gridlock.
The Dutch model of transition management in healthcare, energy and transport.
The collaboration agreement between the State Government and AIRC has been extended for a further three years.
The 2013 Tasmanian Innovation Census report "Lessons from High Capability Innovators" is available here (PDF1.1MB)
The results of the 2013 Tasmanian Innovation Census (TIC) will be launched today. The report will be available here (PDF1.1MB) following the launch.
A forum discussing innovation activities of Tasmanian businesses and the latest research
Innovation in the Food Industry - NEW unit on offer in Launceston & Cradle Coast
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