Purpose of linkages 12
Knowledge and technology transfer … innovation, growth
and the creation of new firms. University research provides … and research activities of universities.
There are many different types …
policy note: where should governments invest their research funding … research funding … of research improve our life, work and environment. some people believe that if governments invest specifically in research designed to produce immediately …
go8 backgrounder 15 - research … go8 backgrounder 15 - research … research funding policy for higher education which poses real risks in australia’s ability to sustain research excellence and is likely to lead …
includes over 20 recommendations designed to ensure that australia's research and research training systems are capable of underpinning a dynamic economy and society. the go8 submission stresses the importance of basic research … ADDING TO AUSTRALIA’S CAPACITY
THE ROLE OF RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES … formation 17
5. The importance of basic research …
go8 backgrounder 8: the international tendency to concentrate research capability … go8 backgrounder 8: the international tendency to concentrate research capability … across countries to focus their investment in areas of research excellence …
australian higher education and university research: a post-2009 budget appraisal … australian higher education and university research: a post-2009 budget … regard to higher education and university research.
the rudd labor …
international, research, data sharing and more) with a view to developing … of the Go8’s new research gateway.
We trust you will find the experience worthwhile.
Michael … The global competition for talent
Ben Wildavsky, Senior Scholar in Research …
Our effort to understand and inform public policy for higher education and university research
Go8 Strengths & Links
Characteristics of Go8 universities, collaborative activities and international networks
The array of social, cultural and economic benefits arising from Go8 university activities.
The Go8 exists to: enhance the contribution of its member universities to the nation’s social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being and prosperity; extend the contribution of its member universities to the generation and preservation of the world’s stock of knowledge; strengthen Australia’s capacity to engage in and benefit from global developments, respond to global and local challenges; and expand opportunities for Australian students, regardless of background, to participate in world-class higher education.