Several CRCs funded by the NSW Government have transitioned into companies or new research hubs.
NSW-based partners: The University of Sydney (essential participant), Charles Sturt University, University of Wollongong, NSW Trade & Investment.
Pork CRC activities were completed by June 30, 2019. To ensure momentum in innovative research is not lost, transition to the industry supported company, Australasian Pork Research Institute Ltd (APRIL) is underway. APRIL’s objective is to support research and adoption that improves sustainable production and efficiency in the pork value chain for the Australian and New Zealand industries. APRIL will also be responsible for delivering results from research outcomes funded by the Pork CRC. Source: http://porkcrc.com.au/
Invasive Animals CRC (Collaborative research continued through the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions)
NSW-based partners: NSW Department of Primary Industries, NSW Local Land Services, University of Newcastle, University of New England
The Centre for Invasive Species Solutions is maintaining the momentum of many years' worth of collaborative research built through the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and its participants.The Invasive Animals CRC was critical in efforts to combat the threat of invasive animals by developing new technologies and integrated strategies that are more humane, target specific and effective to reduce the impact of invasive animals on Australia's economy, environment, and people. Source: http://www.invasiveanimals.com/
NSW-based partners: Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, The University of Sydney, The University of Technology Sydney, Southern Cross University, NSW Trade & Investment
RoZetta was formed from the 2018 merger between Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre (established 2001) and the Securities Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific (established 1997). The Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre (CMCRC) briought together the best in innovative research and technology with the objective of making a profound difference to the health and capital market domains. Source: http://www.cmcrc.com/index.php/home/about
CRC for Spatial Information (Transitioned to FrontierSI)
NSW-based partners: NSW Land and Property Information (core partner), University of New England (core partner), UNSW Sydney (support partner)
FrontierSI, a not-for-profit company, was established following 15 years of operations as the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information. The CRC for Spatial Information conducted user-driven research in spatial information that address issues of national importance. It also performed commissioned research projects for key clients. Source: https://frontiersi.com.au/about-us/who-we-are/
NSW-based partner: UNSW Australia
Fivecast was spun out of the Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre (D2D CRC), a collaboration between Australia's national security agencies and various research organisations. The D2D CRC brought together researchers and industry, to be a leading provider of Big Data capability resulting in a safer and more secure nation and a sustainable Big Data workforce for Australia. Source: https://www.d2dcrc.com.au/about-us/ and fivecast.com
The Lowitja Institute Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health CRC (Research continued by Lowitja Institute)
NSW-based partners: UNSW Australia, The George Institute for Global Health
The Lowitja Institute is Australia's national institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. Its vision is to achieve equity in health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. At every stage of its research, Aboriginal organisations, health services, academic institutions and government agencies work together with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to decide priorities, conduct the research and put the findings into practice. Source: http://www.lowitja.org.au/about-us
NSW-based partners: Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney, The University of Sydney
The CRC for Cell Therapy Manufacturing, through CTM@CRC Ltd, facilitated the cost-effective manufacture and rapid translation of cell therapies into clinical practice. The CRC provided new treatments and developed new materials-based manufacturing technologies for the treatment of conditions such as diabetes, chronic wounds, cardiovascular disease, and immune-mediated diseases such as graft versus host disease. Source: http://www.ctmcrc.com/
NSW-based partners: University of Wollongong
The Energy Pipelines CRC was established in early 2010 for the purposes of providing research and education to support and benefit the energy pipelines industry in Australia. It is a user led CRC with its industry participants represented by the Australian Pipeline Industry Association Research and Standards Committee (APIA-RSC). Source: http://epcrc.com.au/about
Poultry CRC (PoultryHub established as an initiative of the Poultry CRC)
NSW-based partners: University of New England (essential participant), UNSW Australia, The University of Sydney
The Poultry CRC aimed to help Australia achieve sustainable, ethical poultry production in the face of population growth and climate change. The Poultry CRC conducted research and drove education and training to help Australia's poultry industries produce more from less, sustainably.