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We urge a broad and inclusive definition of 'engagement' and support a selective use of case studies chosen to demonstrate patterns of direct and indirect impact on end-user benefits. We caution about the limits of metrics to adequately represent the quality of our research and...
Feedback is invited from all stakeholders including the higher education research sector, industry and other end-users or beneficiaries of university research about a framework for developing the national assessment of the engagement and impact of university research.
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...
In 2015, the Minister for Education and Training conducted a review of research policy and funding arrangements (the review). As part of the review consultation process, universities were invited to submit case studies to highlight particularly productive relationships they had cultivated with end users of...
This report presents findings from The National Survey of Research Commercialisation (NSRC) survey on the research engagement and commercialisation activities of publicly funded research organisations in Australia.
The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (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....
A review of the NSRC (the Review) is currently being undertaken to ensure future collections are relevant, align with current and emerging priorities for research commercialisation in Australia, are targeted to sector priorities and comparable with international data sources. Consideration of new metrics including options...