CSIRO is Australia’s pre-eminent national science organization, accelerating innovation through global science. By facilitating relationships that connect Australian researchers with U.S. projects, CSIRO expedites mutually beneficial opportunities for scientific advances. With more than 3,600 patents, 300 licenses and over 170 spin-out companies, CSIRO collaborates to turn big ideas into disruptive products.
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A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange
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Global, USA and Australian industry leaders discuss the drivers and challenges to mainstream the global space economy
CSIRO US, Australia’s pre-eminent national science organization, in partnership with the Australian Space Agency, today announced that on April 12, 2019, it co-hosted their first roundtable on the future of global space commercialization.
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Narrator: A catalyst, it creates a reaction.
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It creates change faster.
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CSIRO is Australia’s innovation catalyst.
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We bring Australia’s innovation ecosystem together to transform Australia’s big challenges into global opportunities.
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We collaborate with our partners across industry, government, research and community to make it all happen.
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We seek and seize what’s next on the horizon.
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We create solutions through science.
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CSIRO is Australia’s national science agency.
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We wake up each morning because we’re making tomorrow and the future better, better for people, for business and for the planet.
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We believe change is good but transformation is better and innovation is where it starts.
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The CSIRO, Australia’s innovation catalyst, your innovation catalyst.
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