The Division was created in August 2016 and has carriage of the initiatives relating to "Knowledge Exchange for Social Progress and Economic Prosperity" in UNSW's 2025 Strategy, facilitating engagement across industry, business and government.
The Division seeks to support UNSW in its goal to become the “Stanford of Australia” by:
- Building a culture of knowledge exchange between our researchers and the end users of our research, so that together we can transform societies worldwide. [UNSW Knowledge Exchange, Unisearch Consulting and Expert Opinion Services]
- Developing successful staff and student entrepreneurs informed by their social contact with the world. [Entrepreneurship@UNSW]
- Constructing a world-class innovation precinct bringing together global industry, academics and the community to deliver economic return and benefit to society. [Torch Innovation Precinct]
We will know that we have been successful when we have:
- Doubled our 2015 knowledge exchange revenue by 2020
- Launched 100 start-ups in a calendar year from UNSW
- Built the first Torch Innovation Precinct outside China
The Division also coordinates UNSW’s broad government relations and higher education policy work for innovation and other areas.
Professor Brian J. Boyle PSM FAA
All UNSW academic staff can access the pricing tool using z-pass authentication - this requires login to the Research Website.
Professional staff must be approved to use the tool by completing the Administrative Access form and submitting to: Research.Partnerships@unsw.edu.au
Access the pricing tool here:
Note: The Pricing Tool works with Internet Explorer (v8 or higher), Safari, Firefox & Chrome.
If you need to upgrade Internet Explorer, please contact your local IT administrator or the UNSW IT Service Centre on x51333.
- Questions relating to pricing or budgets for contract research, tenders or consulting projects: contact the RSPO at email: Research.Partnerships@unsw.edu.au
- Questions relating to pricing or budgets for grant funded research projects (ie. Initiated via any form of application): contact the Grants Management Office
Additional information on the new Procedure and the Research Pricing Tool can be found in the FAQs and the UNSW Procedure for Pricing Externally Funded Research. In-built help functionality and a separate help manual for using the Research Pricing Tool are available after logging in to the Tool.
Online – note browser requirements above
Calculates project price to the sponsor/funding agency inclusive of UNSW indirect costs
Enables market price adjustment where appropriate
‘Save’ functionality allows researcher to work at their own pace in developing the budget
Final budget can be exported to excel
eReuse Donates 20 Computers to Kinchela Boys Home Corp
eReuse, an Arc program to refurbish and donate unwanted computers from around campus, has recently made its second donation to Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation, an organisation that supports members of the Stolen Generations, their families and communities.
eReuse have now donated 20 computers to the Centre for use by community members to stay connected, complete online education programs, research, publish and take care of personal admin.
Emma Baylis-Chan of eReuse came across Kinchela when researching Ability Link providers program. When she contacted the Centre, they were hoping to set up a computer room but weren't sure how to find low cost hardware.
Of the donation, the Centre's Development Manager Tiffany McComsey said; “our organisation supports stolen generations survivors, their descendants and immediate family members.
Having computers available to these individuals has meant that we have reduced their experience of social isolation and increased their access to government services and education."
Not only did eReuse donate the hardware, but they also helped to get the new computer room up and running!
Read the full story: http://www.mcic.unsw.edu.au/news/ereuse-donates-20-computers-kinchela-boys-home-corp
Welcome to the September 2017 newsletter
As the eNewsletter of Unisearch, this informative publication contains news and analysis for practitioners, experts and consultants to stay abreast of recent developments about the use of expert evidence in legal proceedings. It also profiles selected experts who provide unique technical insights regarding their discipline.
Read the full newsletter: http://mailchi.mp/341519951967/unisearch-the-latest-expert-opinion-intel?e=a951a3b875
UNSW Innovation Summit 2017
The UNSW Innovation Summit is a major annual event bringing those who are leading strategies, unlocking opportunities and delivering cutting-edge technologies, under one roof.
Our visionary guest speakers will share their knowledge, insights and experiences and provide a unique opportunity to learn best practices as leaders in their field.
We’re proud to introduce to this year’s Summit, speakers from the Industry Growth Centres Government Initiative that enables national action on key issues such as collaboration, commercialisation and international engagement.
Read the full story: http://www.innovationsummit.unsw.edu.au/
Inaugural PLuS Alliance Prize 2017
The PLuS Alliance today announced the winners of its inaugural PLuS Alliance Prize 2017
The PLuS Alliance Prize winners were presented with their awards by Professor Sir Malcolm Grant, Chairman of NHS England and Chair of the PLuS Alliance Advisory Board, during a ceremony at the Times Higher Education World Academic Summit in London.
The PLuS Alliance Prize valued at USD$50,000 is awarded in two categories; Education Innovation and Research Innovation. Both winners are recognised for the development and implementation of innovative solutions to significant global issues. Additionally, two additional achievements are recognised for Global Leadership and Global Innovation.
UNSW engages regularly with government at Local, State/Territory and Commonwealth level across Australia.
This includes politicians and their advisors, departmental officials and a wide range of relevant government entities.
UNSW outcomes in education, research, innovation, community engagement and public discourse are important for government at all levels.
UNSW works with government to improve outcomes for the community and region.
UNSW SYDNEY NSW 2052 AUSTRALIA
Dr. Mark Hebblewhite
UNSW SYDNEY NSW 2052 AUSTRALIA