Thirty years of Australia-China scientific cooperation
A publication celebrating thirty years of Australia-China scientific cooperation catalysed by Australian and Chinese government investment was launched at Australia and China Science and Technology Week at the Shanghai World Expo 2010.
This book is a snapshot that demonstrates the extent and nature of Australia
China collaborations which range from keyhole heart surgery saving young lives in
Guangzhou, to satellites monitoring Australian bushfires; from tracking pre-dynastic
trade to exploiting new coal reserves with zero emissions; from light weight alloys
for cars to improved rice crops.
Click below for the PDF at the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research.
These are just a sample of the many successful partnerships between
Australian and Chinese researchers over the past thirty years for the mutual
benefit of our two nations and the world.
For further information on these stories visit http://www.innovation.gov.au/Science/InternationalCollaboration/Pages/CollaborationwithChina.aspx