Research partnerships and networking opportunities

Queensland research is known for its one team approach to research collaboration in Queensland. Queensland research is strengthened by collaborations with Australian and international research institutions, universities, government agencies and industry groups.

Through partnerships and networking opportunities, Queensland researchers are achieving research results that benefit people all over the world.

Research partnerships

The Queensland Government has research partners in many countries, including the United Kingdom, India, China, the United States, Canada, Israel and New Zealand. International science partnerships offer a variety of opportunities for Queensland researchers.

Queensland also partners nationally with universities, colleges, research and development corporations, research institutes, and the Australian Government. Queensland has developed world-class infrastructure and science precincts in a number of key research areas to enable scientists to work together to deliver improved research outcomes.

Networking opportunities

The Queensland Government offers networking programs to support scientific research and industry-based collaboration.

Key networking programs include:

  • The Partner Up Queensland (PUQ) Regional Science and Innovation Network is a state-wide approach to increasing science and innovation engagement in regional Queensland.
  • QiHub, the Queensland Innovation Hub is an entrepreneur-led online community that showcases and connects Queensland’s vibrant innovation and startup ecosystem.
  • Life Sciences Queensland (LSQ) is an industry-led organisation, working closely with government, to provide leadership, promotion and growth opportunities for life sciences firms and organisations in Queensland. Each year, LSQ hosts the Globally Engaging Networking Event, bringing together key international and national life sciences leaders.

University research experts

Queensland has expertise in areas such as translational research, health, industrial biotechnology, tropical health, and food and agriculture.

Use the links below to search for a university expert in your area of interest. Gain insight into their research and explore potential opportunities for collaborations.

Explore over 300 research centres across the state on the Queensland science capability directory.

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