The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) has cemented its reputation as a global leader of a new generation of universities in the latest THE university rankings.
All five ATN universities were amongst the Top 100 universities under 50 years old.
Today represented an exciting new phase in the nation’s innovation effort, with the release of the Commonwealth Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda.
Executive Director of the ATN, Renee Hindmarsh said, “We are delighted that improving university-industry collaboration is one of...
THE Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcomes Labor’s innovation announcement ‘Getting Australia Started’ today.
The proposed creation of Innovate Australia, based on the success of the Innovate UK model, would help deliver the long-term policies needed for innovation to...
The Australian Technology Network (ATN) is delighted that improving university-industry collaboration is a key focus of the Ian Watt Review of research policy and funding arrangements.
A majority of recommendations have been adopted from the ATN/Ai Group Innovate and Prosper report released...
The Australian Technology Network (ATN) has surged ahead in its performance in the latest Excellence for Research in Australia (ERA) exercise, again reflecting the fact our members are among the world’s best young universities. The ATN received a ranking of world standard or above in more than 93...