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Our partnerships

DSTG enhances its science and technology impact by collaborating with research and industry partners, nationally and globally.

We access and leverage world-leading science, technology, knowledge and innovation, through collaboration with industry, academia and international agencies. We work closely with these partners in order to provide quality advice and innovative solutions for Defence and national security.

For more about how to partner with us, see the Partner with us section of our site.

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Current DST Group Partnerships

DST Group and Airbus Group Australia Pacific have a strategic research and development (R&D) alliance in the area of defence aircraft systems and communications.

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DST Group has a research agreement with the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation to collaborate on a number of projects.
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DST Group and ASC have a strategic research and development alliance in the area of Collins Class submarine-related technologies.
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DST Group and BAE Systems Australia have a strategic alliance focused on conducting world leading collaborative research in defence technologies.
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DST Group and Boeing have a strategic alliance to conduct world leading collaborative research collaborative research in a range of defence technologies.
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DST Group and the Bureau of Meteorology have a strategic alliance to explore mutual interests in defence and meteorological sciences.
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The Centre for Food Innovation (CFI) is a partnership that aims to help diversify Tasmania’s economic base by growing exports of high-quality, nutritious, value-added food products.
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The Centre of Expertise in Energetic Materials (CEEM) brings together the characterisation and synthesis capabilities of Flinders University and the energetic materials expertise and infrastructure of DST Group.
University of Wollongong
The Centre of Expertise in Physical Employment Standards is assisting the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to develop performance standards that accurately represent the physical requirements of ADF roles.
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The Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is an agreement between the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia to enable warfighters to prevent, protect against and respond to global CBR threats in any environment or mission.


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