Excellence in research for Australia

30 June 2008

Executive Summary 1. INTRODUCTION The Cooperative Research Centres Association Inc. (CRCA) is pleased to provide feedback to the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Initiative’s Consultation Paper. This submission is focused on providing some insights that will address the proposed approach “Indicators of Success in Applied Research and Translation of Research Outcomes” as presented on…  Read More...

Submission to review of Australian higher education

16 June 2008

Submission from the CRC Association to the review of Australian higher education. CRCA submission to Australian review of higher education  Read More...

Submission to the House of Representatives Industry, Science and Innovation Committee Research Training in Australia

30 May 2008

The Cooperative Research Centres Association Inc. (CRCA) welcomes the inquiry of the House of Representatives Industry, Science and Innovation Committee into “Research Training in Australia.” Through 18 years experience in training researchers, the members of the CRCA are ideally positioned to provide authoritive comment on the topic. The CRCA provides this submission as a means…  Read More...

Submission to the review of the National Innovation System

30 April 2008

CRC Association submission to the review of the National Innovation System. CRCA submission to NIS Review  Read More...

Submission to the Productivity Commission study on public support for science and innovation

31 July 2007

The key issues of interest to the Productivity Commission in its study into Public Support for Science and Innovation, as noted in the Issues Paper released in April 2006, are: the economic, social and environmental impacts of public support for innovation; impediments to the effective functioning of Australia’s innovation system; and evaluation of decision making…  Read More...

Submission to the Federal Budget February 2007

14 February 2007

The Need for Certainty of Future Research Funding Research and Development (R&D) is vital to Australia… The importance of scientific research to the future of Australia is unquestioned, and the development of the nation’s science skills is an essential investment in our economic, social and environmental future. and has a strong history of Government investment.…  Read More...

Submission on the draft report of the Productivity Commission study on the public support for science and innovation

18 December 2006

Submission on draft Productivity Commission report  Read More...