CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. CSIRO has established world-leading expertise in resource sciences and is focused on collaborating with industry, government and our research partners to establish the NRSP as the resource sciences capital of the world.
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Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most multicultural university. It has an overarching research objective of solving real world problems and has strong strategic partnerships with industry and government.
The NSRP will enable Curtin to boost its R&D activities in resource sciences providing real solutions for industry problems.
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The University of Western Australia (UWA) is recognised within Australia and internationally as an excellent research-intensive university. It ranks 88th in the world on the Shanghai-Jiao Tong University’s Index.
UWA’s involvement in the NRSP will establish the university’s commitment to advancing research in resource sciences.
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The Geological Survey of Western Australia (GSWA) is a division of DMP. Since the 1880s GSWA has been gathering, synthesising, and publishing information on the State’s geology, and mineral and petroleum resources.
GSWA produces a huge collection of books, maps and state-of-the-art databases for the benefit of the Western Australian community including prospectors, explorers, miners, and investors.
This information provides the building blocks for the design of exploration programs in Western Australia. It is also critical to government in determining policy, and in decision making, particularly on economic and land use issues.
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