Focus issue 190 June 2015
International collaboration ensures that the world’s best comes to us and our best goes to the world.
Using our worldwide networks to promote collaboration
By Kaye Basford
Our emerging research leaders benefit from their international networks and access to major infrastructure and the latest global resources, generating new ideas and technologies.
Our links with Japan are important to us both
By Geoff Stevens
Collaborations are built on personal, as well as scientific and business, relationships. Future science leaders need to build these connections and continually develop them.
China and Australia are natural partners
By Aibing Yu
Australia–China science and research collaboration between has expanded significantly in the past two decades, from individual to team, institutional and national levels.
Australia and Korea: strong partnerships
By Peter Coleman
Korea is Australia’s third-largest source of international students, second-largest group of working holiday-makers and eighth-largest market of inbound tourists.
Australia–India S&T collaboration has accelerated recently
By Tam Sridhar and Mohan Krishnamoorthy
We have a platform of significant progress in the past decade and the coming decade could well signal a golden age for the Australia–India relationship.
Indonesia provides opportunities for Australian collaboration
By Adam Finch, Tom Spurling and John Webb
Technical assistance from Australia began with a focus on agricultural sciences but soon widened to include other fields such as economics, demography and other sciences.
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Promoting Australia's advancement through technology