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  • Industry, researchers and Government collaborate at ATN Advanced Manufacturing forum

    30 September 2015
    The new Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, The Hon Christopher Pyne MP will today deliver a keynote address at the ATN Advanced Manufacturing Collaboration and Innovation Forum held at RMIT’s award winning Advanced Manufacturing Precinct. Minister Pyne will address manufacturers from... Read more
  • ATN Welcomes Opposition Funding Commitment to Higher Education

    21 September 2015
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcomes today’s higher education funding announcement by the Opposition, as sustainable ongoing funding is critical to ensure all Australians who are eligible can obtain a university education. The proposed additional funding will help... Read more
  • ATN Agriculture Industry Forum to produce food for thought

    21 September 2015
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) will today host a forum with senior executives, industry representatives and researchers to drive innovation and collaborative outcomes in the Food and Agriculture sectors, at QUT in Brisbane. Mirjana Prica, Managing Director of Food... Read more
  • New Ministers Bring New Opportunities For Higher Education

    20 September 2015
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) today welcomed the Prime Minister’s focus on innovation, science and greater collaboration between universities and business. The Government’s prioritisation of innovation policy through the Prime Minister’s new ministerial team provides great... Read more
  • Research Funding Can Unlock Australia’s Innovation Potential

    18 September 2015
    The Australian Technology Network of universities (ATN) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Review of Research Funding and Policy. “Australia has identified the need to drive better collaboration with universities and industry, yet the current funding system heavily rewards publications... Read more
  • ATN universities unite to address gender inequity

    16 September 2015
    All five members of the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) have signalled their commitment to addressing the under representation of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by signing up to the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) pilot. Read more
  • All five ATN universities rise in World Top 300 in latest QS university rankings

    15 September 2015
    The Australian Technology Network (ATN) has continued its rise in the 2015 QS World University Rankings with all five universities placed in the Top 300. UTS came in at 218, QUT placed 264, and for the first time, RMIT, Curtin and UniSA broke into the Top 300, placing 273, 284 and 288... Read more
  • ATN Collaborates with Industry and Government on Financial Services Future

    11 September 2015
    The Australian Technology Network (ATN) will today gather industry experts, government representatives and researchers at a joint forum on enhancing collaborative research outcomes in the Financial Services sector. The forum is part of a series of four events supported by the Australian... Read more
  • Eureka Awards recognise ATN research impact

    27 August 2015
    Three Australian Technology Network (ATN) researchers have been recognised among the nation’s leading scientists at this year’s Australian Museum Eureka Prizes. Professor Tanya Monro from University of South Australia (UniSA), Professor Dayong Jin from UTS, along with colleague Bradley Walsh from... Read more
  • Internships to boost industry collaboration

    6 August 2015
    Universities from the Australian Technology Network (ATN) will connect PhD students with industry through a new partnership with the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI). Read more