Welcome to 2023. We’re so glad you're here to join us on the innovation journey.
We were thrilled to celebrate the return of the ON Program in 2022 with our event Further Together: unlocking value from research with so many members of Australia's innovation ecosystem in December. This celebration was a wonderful way to wrap up 2022 and set the scene for 2023.
2023 is already off to a cracking start. ON Prime 12 teams are busily prepping for showcases in late January/ early February, and our ON Accelerate 7 teams are gearing up for Immersion Week in February.
We are here to support the scientific and research sector as Australia's national science agency and innovation catalyst. We're very proud to have supported 3300 people through ON programs since 2015 - we're looking forward to working with our facilitators, mentors and coaches to increase this number over the next 12 months.
The Lindfield Collaboration Hub will be running a FREE mini-accelerator program, specifically designed for Advanced Manufacturing and Hardware start-ups and SME's. The program will run from February to April 2023, and are currently taking applications from interested teams with a novel hardware idea or product.
Join us at our next CSIRO Conversations event, 'Understanding the Quantum opportunity for Australia.' Australia has established world-class quantum research capabilities and expertise over two decades via sustained research investment. A panel of experts will discuss the potential of quantum technologies for our nation.
Become a CSIRO Industry PhD partner and connect a student with a research project that tackles a real world problem. Our program aims to develop new and strengthen existing relationships with Australian industry partners and universities to develop research capability in national priority areas. Contact the team with your project idea(s). Expressions of Interest to open in February 2023.
The 2023 World Materials Forum Scale-up/Start-up Challenge is now open. Both challenges are accepting entries until 15 March 2023. Prizes will be awarded based on jury selection according to following three criteria 1) confirmed economic viability, 2) sizeable impact on using less materials smarter and longer, and 3) a demonstrated breakthrough.
Featuring six bite-sized, 20-min episodes, the podcast is hosted by Data61’s Director and AI expert, Prof. Jon Whittle. Give it a follow as we go beyond sensational headlines and Hollywood representations to bring AI back to reality.