International collaboration is an important part of today’s science and through our PAIR model we are actively attempting to create a level playing field.
A review of the AIC’s collaborative research model
To better understand how researchers collaborate, the Centre commissioned Dr Martijn van der Kamp of Monash University’s Business School to review the first five years of its research process.
Seaweed Nation: Indonesia’s new growth sector
(AIC Backgrounder No.2/2020)
[AIC Backgrounder No.2/2020] Seaweed farming is a growth industry in South Sulawesi, and, recognising its potential, the national government has made it a strategic economic priority.
Interdisciplinary research: towards thriving communities in South Sulawesi
An overview of the first days of the Associate Fellows’ PAIR journey in South Sulawesi: meeting with stakeholders, developing as an interdisciplinary team, and diving into research proposal drafting.
Notes from South Sulawesi: PAIR researchers hit the road (and rail)
Over four days in November, 11 AIC Senior Fellows explored South Sulawesi together with AIC staff to learn about the issues that will inform their research projects over the years to come.
The launch of PAIR in South Sulawesi: the next chapter for Australia and Indonesia
Drums thundered through Baruga Pattingalloang at the Governor of South Sulawesi’s Office and Residence to launch the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) in Makassar on the morning of Monday 18 November 2019.