Partner with us
Through partnerships, the impact of our research is greater.
The College aims to be recognised for excellence in the co-development and application of our research. We strive to translate our research into benefits for society by engaging with government, industry and the community to solve real-world problems at a local, national and global level.
We welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively with partners and encourage you to contact us to start a discussion.
3D printer project puts UTAS at the cutting edge of micro engineering
Partner: Young Optics
Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS)
Fast 3D printing at an unprecedented scale – with molecular level control – is the focus of this project which has received a $630,000 grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC).
Lollies for cows: Plantain in the pasture
Partner: Dairy Australia
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA)
Working closely with dairy farmers in the State’s North West and North East, with on-farm trials to see how the inclusion of plantain in traditional ryegrass pastures can boost production and profitability.
Welcoming good bugs into the berry patch
Not all bugs are bad. In fact, some insects play an important role in combating pests in many crops and helping growers reduce their pesticide use.A national research team led by Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) Entomologist, Dr Stephen
Fulbright scholars take Tasmanian know-how to the US
Remote wilderness management, 'lab-on-a-chip' portable analytical chemistry developments and technology law are on the research agenda for some of Tasmania’s most outstanding scholars.Three University of Tasmania researchers and alumni have been
New leadership program for Tasmanian agriculture sector
The Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) and Rural Business Tasmania (RBT) are joining forces to provide a unique career development opportunity for people working in Tasmania’s agriculture sector.eNABLE is a new training program that brings
UTAS Antarctic researcher wins prestigious Fellowship to study in the US
A University of Tasmania Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) graduate has won a prestigious Quad Fellowship to investigate the historic impacts of climate change on glacial melting in Antarctica.Mika Bighin has arrived in the United
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