The last (as in no more ever) BHERT awards

The Business Higher Education Round Table says its work is done, with universities and industry more closely connected than a generation back and so the 2019 awards are the last

The final university honours go to;

R&D collaboration

Intelligent robotics in infrastructure: UTS

Polymer injections in green steelmaking: UNSW

Polynucleotide-based immunotherapies: Uni Queensland

Collaboration in HE/training

Best practice in patient care and safety: Deakin U

Bachelor of creative intelligence and innovation: UTS

Digital credentials: RMIT

Community collaboration

YuMi deadly maths: QUT

Farming together: Southern Cross U

Collaboration non-economic) benefit

Early detection autism: La Trobe U

ABC fact-check: RMIT

TROPWater: James Cook U

Collaboration leadership: Marilyn Fleer (Monash U)


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