A Review of Fall from Height Research
Falls from height are often the most frequent type of accident in the construction industry, and are the leading cause of serious injuries and fatalities.
Does Australia’s Architecture Profession Lack Hard Data About Itself?
In any business, demonstrating the value of services provided is critical, as is understanding how one’s business is performing.
Where is Australia’s Construction Strategy?
We all know that the Australian construction industry’s efficiency in delivering our much needed infrastructure is absolutely central to Australia’s future economic prosperity.
What is Research Commercialisation?
Research commercialisation refers to the process through which ideas or research are transformed into marketable products, capital gains, income from licences and/or revenue from the sale...
How Relevant Are Australian Universities to Construction Innovation?
Many in the business community would be delighted to hear that the federal government, as part of its National Innovation and Science Agenda, is proposing to...
What’s in Store for QLD’s Construction Industry in 2016?
The Queensland construction market has been buoyed by the residential market for around two years, but it is predicted that the majority of the key projects...
Using Projects as Research Magnets
Industry-government-research engagement is vital to national infrastructure delivery.
Solving the “Birds vs. Buildings” Dilemma
Birds flying into buildings is a growing phenomenon as city skylines continue to change. The continuing desire for skyscrapers and glass buildings means that bird-friendly architecture...
Poor IAQ and the Low-tech, Low-cost Solution
The World Health Organization (WHO) has linked poor IAQ and the inhalation of certain pollutants to a range of cardiovascular and respiratory ailments, including cancer. Tackling...