Chrysos presented with prestigious KCA Award for Best Research Commercialisation

By 14 September 2020Disruptive Technology, News

The KCA awards celebrate world-class research commercialisation that turns brilliant ideas into products and services to help humanity. This award focusses on the partnership between research and industry to successfully translate science into commercial outcomes.

“Australian research is among the best in the world, but it takes skilled commercialisation professionals to translate it into valuable products to benefit society,” Chair of Knowledge Commercialisation Australia, Dr Erin Rayment, says. “The KCA Awards recognise those who bridge the gap between research and industry.”

Chrysos Chairman Rob Adamson said it is an honour to be recognised for the combination of excellent science from the CSIRO blended with the deep industry knowledge and dynamic commercial capabilities of RFC Ambrian. Chrysos represents the first partnership between RFC Ambrian and the CSIRO, followed by NextOre which was formed in 2017.

Read the full release from CSIRO here.

Follow the links to learn more about Chrysos Corporation and NextOre.

RFC Ambrian and industrial technologies

RFC Ambrian has partnered with the CSIRO and the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to form a Basic Industries Science Incubator and Venture Fund to incubate and commercialise basic industry technologies directed to lower humankind’s environmental footprint. We have engaged with several mining companies to become Innovation Partners, Australian Universities to become Science Partners, and large funds to finance the venture. We are committed to making a difference.

About Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA)

Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) is the peak body for organisations and individuals associated with knowledge commercialisation and exchange between public sector research organisations and business and government entities. We seek to link, enable and inspire our members, and provide the necessary tools and opportunities to spur on greater translation of research for economic and community benefit, and create a more vibrant and productive Australian economy. For more information about KCA www.techtransfer.org.au