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4. Effective collaboration with research partners Impact at UTS

    • Education

UTS is committed to knowledge exchange and encouraging research collaboration between the university, industry and broader society. But what makes research collaboration effective? And what are the benefits and barriers to collaboration?

In this episode of Impact at UTS, hear how groundbreaking research developed in partnership with industry is being used to reduce shark attacks in our oceans. Professor Michael Blumenstein, the Associate Dean (Research Strategy and Management) in the Faculty of Engineering & IT, and Dr Paul Scully-Power, Australia's first astronaut and co-founder of the Ripper Group, share the collaborative success of the SharkSpotter drone technology that is saving lives on Australian beaches.

From partnerships on our shores to long term collaboration overseas, Michele Rumsey, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development, discusses how her international research partnership with government, health and community groups in Papua New Guinea is transforming maternal and child health outcomes.

To find out more visit reshub.uts.edu.au

Featured in episode four of Impact at UTS:

Host and Associate Professor Martin Bliemel, the Associate Dean of Research for the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation

Professor Michael Blumenstein, the Associate Dean (Research Strategy and Management) in the Faculty of Engineering & IT

Dr Paul Scully-Power, Australia's first astronaut and co-founder of The Ripper Group https://therippergroup.com/

Michele Rumsey, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development

Impact Studios producer/journalist Cassandra Steeth

The Impact at UTS podcast is made by Impact Studios at the University of Technology Sydney, an audio production house funded by the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research.

UTS is committed to knowledge exchange and encouraging research collaboration between the university, industry and broader society. But what makes research collaboration effective? And what are the benefits and barriers to collaboration?

In this episode of Impact at UTS, hear how groundbreaking research developed in partnership with industry is being used to reduce shark attacks in our oceans. Professor Michael Blumenstein, the Associate Dean (Research Strategy and Management) in the Faculty of Engineering & IT, and Dr Paul Scully-Power, Australia's first astronaut and co-founder of the Ripper Group, share the collaborative success of the SharkSpotter drone technology that is saving lives on Australian beaches.

From partnerships on our shores to long term collaboration overseas, Michele Rumsey, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development, discusses how her international research partnership with government, health and community groups in Papua New Guinea is transforming maternal and child health outcomes.

To find out more visit reshub.uts.edu.au

Featured in episode four of Impact at UTS:

Host and Associate Professor Martin Bliemel, the Associate Dean of Research for the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation

Professor Michael Blumenstein, the Associate Dean (Research Strategy and Management) in the Faculty of Engineering & IT

Dr Paul Scully-Power, Australia's first astronaut and co-founder of The Ripper Group https://therippergroup.com/

Michele Rumsey, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development

Impact Studios producer/journalist Cassandra Steeth

The Impact at UTS podcast is made by Impact Studios at the University of Technology Sydney, an audio production house funded by the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research.

37 min

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