The Office of the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer invites you to the next Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series event, held at Parliament House, Sydney.
The Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series showcases excellence in research and development, which is generating economic, environmental, social and technological benefits for New South Wales.
The six-part series will again feature some of the State’s best and brightest and highlight its tremendous research strength across a diverse range of disciplines.
To see past and future speakers in the series, click here.
For more information on the series, or to boo your spot, visit the Chief Scientist and Engineer’s website.
Innovation in NSW
The scope of science and research in NSW is wide ranging and boasts outstanding strengths across a variety of fields – from next-generation communications to energy technology, robotics, biotechnology, eResearch, health and medical research, and much more.
New South Wales is home to many innovations used around the globe – including hearing implants, wifi technology, Google Maps and the Jameson Cell, used for separating minerals in mining.
The state fosters a dynamic and innovative environment that supports research and business locally and internationally. NSW research institutions provide consortia and businesses with access to expertise and cutting edge R&D infrastructure, including large-scale facilities for testing and prototyping.
NSW has a culture of innovation which is supported by its world-class universities and research institutes, including specialised collaborative research centres and research infrastructure available to local and international industry.