The Research Innovation and Enterprise Award recognises a UWA researcher who has applied learnings from their scholarship to develop an innovative solution to a real-world problem. It seeks to celebrate knowledge translation through research enterprise, entrepreneurship and/or industry engagement.

Finalists

The Noisy Guts project

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, The Marshall Centre
  • Josephine Muir;
  • Mary Webberley;
  • Xuhao Du;
  • Gary Allwood;
  • Andrisha Inderjeeth; and
  • Barry Marshall.

Comic Book Contracts

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education (FABLE), Law
  • Camilla Andersen

Micro-elastography: High resolution imaging tools to improve breast surgery

Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Brendan Kennedy;
  • David Sampson; and
  • Christobel Saunders.

Simple decompression computer

Faculty of Science, Sports Science
  • Peter Buzzacott

Electromagnetic Airborne Mineral Exploration for Discovery of Deep Earth Resources

Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Physics
  • Andrew Sunderland

Flow Assisted Susceptibility Testing (FAST) for rapid antibiotic resistance testing

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, School of Biomedical Sciences
  • Tim Inglis, Kieran Mulroney, Jarrad Hall, Xiao Huang, Elin Turnbull

Winner

Research Innovation and Enterprise Award
Flow Assisted Susceptibility Testing (FAST) for rapid antibiotic resistance testing
  • Professor Tim Inglis, Kieran Mulroney, Jarrad Hall, Xiao Huang and Elin Turnbull.