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COMPANIES that want to begin or extend in-house research programs and lack the time or the resources are being encouraged to contact the University of Western Australia’s CEED office.

The CEED program has been operating for several years and can be an inexpensive way for companies to tap into some of the State’s brightest minds to produce research outcomes. The program works by pairing honours and/or postgraduate students with a particular company, with the team assigned a university mentor as well as a company representative.

They conduct the research and development project as part of their academic assessment and, as such, it can become a cost-effective mechanism to completing much needed R&D.

For further information visit www.CEED.uwa.edu.au

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