The scope of science and research in NSW is wide ranging and boasts outstanding strengths across a variety of fields – from next-generation communications to energy technology, robotics, biotechnology, eResearch, health and medical research, and much more.
New South Wales is home to many innovations used around the globe – including hearing implants, wifi technology, Google Maps and the Jameson Cell, used for separating minerals in mining.
The state fosters a dynamic and innovative environment that supports research and business locally and internationally. NSW research institutions provide consortia and businesses with access to expertise and cutting edge R&D infrastructure, including large-scale facilities for testing and prototyping.
NSW has a culture of innovation which is supported by its world-class universities and research institutes, including specialised collaborative research centres and research infrastructure available to local and international industry.
The Australian Proteome Analysis Facility, Macquarie University