Australia-Japan collaborations

Japan and Australia: partners in innovation

Japan and Australia have a long history of collaboration in science and innovation. Here we profile some recent examples:

These stories and videos were produced by Science in Public for the Australian Embassy in Tokyo.

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Australia-Japan collaborations

Nobel Laureate Shinya Yamanaka changed stem cell science. Credit: Gladstone Institutes/Chris Goodfellow
Nobel Laureate Shinya Yamanaka changed stem cell science. Credit: Gladstone Institutes/Chris Goodfellow

Finding new drugs for malaria, reducing the impact of earthquakes, sharing light and neutrons, and more.

Stories of Australia- Japan collaboration, prepared with the Australian Embassy in Tokyo to tell the stories of Australia-Japan links.

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CSIRO's John O'Sullivan and his colleagues made WiFi fast and reliable. Credit: Prime Minister's Prizes for Science/WildBear
CSIRO’s John O’Sullivan and his colleagues made WiFi fast and reliable. Credit: Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science/WildBear

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