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HopgoodGanim assists university health venture

HopgoodGanim assists university health venture

HopgoodGanim has advised on an agreement to provide a formal structure for collaborative health-related research carried out by four Australian universities.

 Firm: HopgoodGanim Lawyers (CQUniversity)

Deal: A research alliance agreement between CQUniversity, the University of Queensland, the Queensland University of Technology and Curtin University to share resources and collaborate on publications and research projects.

Area: ICT and IP

Key players: HopgoodGanim senior associate Hayden Delaney (pictured)

Deal significance: The agreement has been established under the new Collaborative Research Networks (CRN) program run by the Government’s Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, and is intended to encourage institutions to strengthen their research capacity by teaming up in areas of common interest. CQUniversity will help partnering universities make the most of its engagement with those living and working in regional areas to better their health outcomes.

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