Organisation

Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering

Acronym
ATSE

Research report

15 Mar 2016

Realising the benefits of Australia’s world-class research system requires translation of its outputs into economic and societal benefits. The effective translation of research will be at the core of Australia’s future competitiveness and prosperity.

In mid-2014 a group of ATSE Fellows, concerned by the...

Research report

9 Dec 2015

These pressures require the water industry to develop innovative and more efficient processes to optimise resource recovery from wastewater, according to a new report by the Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE). The report notes that Australian wastewater contains nutrients, carbon, energy and other inorganic...

Research report

1 Mar 2015

ATSE believes that realising the benefits of Australia’s world-class research system requires translation of its outputs into economic and societal benefits.The effective translation of research will be at the core of Australia’s future competitiveness and prosperity.

Background

The Australian Academy of Technological...

Working paper

15 Aug 2014

OECD data shows that Australian researchers are less engaged in collaboration with industry than their counterparts in other countries. This is of particular concern for Australia given the large proportion of our researchers in the public sector. Calls to address this problem have increasingly been...

Research report

16 Oct 2013

This report argues that returning highly treated wastewater directly into Australia's drinking water supply could have considerable economic and environmental benefits.

Executive summary

Supplying highly treated reclaimed water directly to a drinking water distribution system is known internationally as direct potable reuse...

Research report

15 May 2010

With the demographic ageing of Australia’s population, a suite of emerging innovative technologies offers the prospect of enhanced security, safety, diagnosis, treatment and physical assistance to improve the quality of life for elderly people, to help them remain at home, and to provide financial savings...

Research report

23 Apr 2010

Australia currently lacks a mechanism to gather evidence on the formation of public attitudes to the introduction of new technologies, particularly the formation of attitudes to nuclear energy technology.

This is a limiting factor in achieving informed debate in the development of a national...

Research report

1 Dec 2009

The key finding of this report by the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) is that a commitment is needed by government and industry to invest around $6 billion by 2020 on RD&D on new power generation technologies.

Increased deployment expenditure is...

Research report

1 Mar 2009

The key finding of this review is that a greater focus on externalities, preferably quantified in monetary terms, will help Australia to gain maximum social and environmental benefit from the portfolio of electricity generating technologies it will use for meeting emission reduction targets.

This...

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