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Regional Advanced Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (RAMCRC)

The Regional Advanced Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (RAMCRC) will build a collaborative network of sovereign manufacturing ecosystems as a platform and catalyst to drive SME innovation and translation in regional Australia.

Comprising regional businesses (85% SME) and universities, and local governments united by economic challenges, the CRC will deliver skills, knowledge, strategic capability, jobs, and export opportunities – helping our regions become more self-sufficient and prosperous.

With R&D focussed on high priority needs of regional manufacturers – circularity of materials and products, stand-alone energy solutions and state-of-the-art technologies, the CRC will create a model for business and community resilience for regions undergoing unprecedented economic and social transitions.

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Regional Advanced Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (RAMCRC) bid

Opportunity for

  • Additional research institutions, solution providers and investment partners to join the RAMCRC bid and participate in the research programs and initiatives addressing the challenges faced by regional manufacturers. 
  • Led by

    Regional Advanced Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (RAMCRC)

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking investment, Research partner, Seeking partners

  • Express interest by

    31 January 2022

  • Readiness
    Mid (TRL 5-7)
    Proof of concept in the laboratory then in the field resulting in the development of a minimum viable product (MVP).

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