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Deakin Uni joins forces with industry

Australias Deakin University has created a multi-million dollar technology precinct at its Geelong campus to expand its research and development capabilities and provide opportunities for university-industry partnerships.

The benefits of this industry-institution collaboration are expected to be threefold.  Businesses will have the opportunity to improve their competitive edge by tapping into the schools expert network. The university will be able to identify its future research and training needs and students will be exposed to interesting case studies.

The activities of the precinct are centred on Deakins core research areas of biotechnology, nanotechnology, cool climate wine science and prototyping along with regional strengths in materials manufacturing and agri-processing.

Two of the precincts Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) have recently received funding increases for their manufacturing and product performance research. The research of both centres will have an impact on the automotive and light metals industries.

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