Research

Research programs

The CRCNA is funding projects under six research programs:

  1. Building potential in Northern Australia
    Objective: To create and present data and knowledge in a meaningful form which enables investment, strategy development and/or the resolution of major policy issues and regulatory harmonisation.
     
  2. Supporting new and developing industries in Northern Australia
    Objective: To grow and improve emerging industry sectors and help establish new industries in Northern Australia in the areas of agriculture and food (including aquaculture), health service delivery and Traditional Owner-led business development (in these areas).
     
  3. Investing in production and supply chain innovation in Northern Australia
    Objective: To deliver research which develops new technologies, efficiencies and approaches to which are game-changers for Northern Australia.  To improve specific industry supply and production chains.
     
  4. Building industry and capacity in Northern Australia
    Objective: To build workforce skills and capacity, develop sectors and a prospectus which enhances investment in agriculture and food (including aquaculture), health service delivery and/ or Traditional Owner-led business development (in these areas).
     
  5. Developing Northern health service delivery innovation and models of care
    Objective: To create strategic breakthroughs which deliver innovation in logistics, business models and health service delivery models.
     
  6. Developing and delivering industry-focused education and training program
    Objective: Build strategic research skills and capacity in Northern Australia in the areas of agriculture and food (including aquaculture), health service delivery and Traditional Owner-led business development (in these areas).

Expressions of interest

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Current projects

Learn more about currently funded CRCNA projects.