Innovation Partnerships

Positions Queensland as a global innovation hub with grants to Queensland research organisations to collaborate on research projects with industry.

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About the Innovation Partnerships

The Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships program supports research organisations to undertake collaborative research projects with end-users (industry, small to medium size enterprises, public sector and non-government organisations) that address an industry or end-user issue, within the parameters of the Queensland Science and Research Priorities (PDF, 671KB) and the Advance Queensland Roadmaps. Investment in these targeted areas will build a foundation for Queensland to develop as a global innovation hub and gateway into markets in the Asia Pacific and beyond.

The Queensland Government’s Advance Queensland initiative focuses on growing the economy and creating jobs. This includes support to attract and retain the best and brightest entrepreneurial and research talent, build Queensland’s reputation and capacity to conduct applied research and development, support the start-up and growth of businesses to deliver new products and services into global markets, and establish new industries that will provide the jobs of the future.

The Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships program supports research organisations to undertake collaborative research and development projects with end-users (industry, small and medium size enterprises, public sector and non-government organisations) in order to address a significant issue or problem as identified by the relevant industry or end-user(s). Investment is targeted within the parameters of the Queensland Science and Research Priorities and the Advance Queensland Roadmaps, and will build a foundation for Queensland to develop as a global innovation hub and gateway into markets in the Asia Pacific region and beyond.

Grants of up to $1,500,000 (excluding GST) were provided to projects with a duration of up to 3 years.

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Last updated 10 Dec, 2018
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