Minister Alister Henskens has visited ANFF-NSW’s sites at the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales, noting the importance of research infrastructure to future industries and jobs in Australia.
The Minister for Skills and Training, and Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology has been on a tour of NSW universities looking at the world-leading capabilities that are available, and talking to the scientists that push them to their limits. View his videos in the tweets below as he discusses the groundbreaking R&D that is enabled by ANFF, how it’s attracting brilliant minds from across the world, and the critical importance of open access research infrastructure to jobs, the economy, and national resilience in NSW and across Australia.
On the Minsters comments, ANFF CEO Dr Jane Fitzpatrick said: ‚ÄúIt’s amazing to see the incredible work done at our NSW Node, which supports innovation across the economy and especially in Quantum Technologies, recognised and supported by the Minister.‚Äù
Click the links below to hear what the Minister had to say:
Sydney-led R&D at @UNSW is paving the way for real-world manufacturing and application üî¨#nswpol @UNSWScience @UNSWEngineering @unswmwac @ANFFHQ @MMFI_UNSW @QuantumC2T @InvestmentNSW @UNSWMedicine pic.twitter.com/fOXg4U6QQM
— Alister Henskens (@AlisterHenskens) January 27, 2022
Our world leading universities in NSW have incredible facilities and people dedicated to solving problems that many think have no answers. #nswpol @Sydney_Uni @SydneyNano @NSWsensing @CPC_usyd @InvestmentNSW @NSWCSE @ProfBenEggleton @mscott @Duncanivison pic.twitter.com/DWfSZjWvSV
— Alister Henskens (@AlisterHenskens) January 21, 2022