Meaningful research partnerships

Macquarie University has years of experience in pioneering research collaborations with industry, business and the public sector.

Read the latest stories about our successful partnerships in Australia and overseas.

The importance of oyster resilience

Macquarie University researchers have worked with the NSW Department of Primary Industries to better understand oyster genetics and make the state’s largest aquaculture industry sustainable. Besides being New South Wales’ largest aquaculture i...

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A longstanding collaboration

For more than ten years, Professor Mike Heimlich and MACOM Technologies partnered to develop high-performance electronics for wireless systems.Our impact Macquarie University is recognised around the world as a leader in modelling, characterisation and me...

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Diagnostic skills vital for energy workers

With the reliance on fewer staff in high-technology environments, accurate diagnosis is an essential skill to ensure efficient performance and avoid accidents and the loss of life. This initiative is led by Professor Mark Wiggins.Our impact We now have a ...

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Improving the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT)

Macquarie is a leader in SITplus, an initiative led by Horticulture Innovation Australia in partnership with a host of other organisations to safeguard the horticulture industry.Our impact Our researchers, led by Professor Phil Taylor, are working on an i...

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Chemical sensors to combat concrete corrosion

Macquarie researchers, led by Professor Mick Withford, have partnered with Sydney Water and other water corporations to develop a photonic sensor capability to measure chemical compounds that cause concrete corrosion in wastewater pipes....

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