2017 PLuS Alliance Prize

Inaugural Prize in innovation - nominations now open

PLuS Alliance in the news:

Sydney train; transport; commute

The 30-minute city

PLuS Alliance researchers are using big data to analyse how people commute by cycling, walking, public transport and car in their respective cities (Phoenix, London and Sydney) and how this data can inform the design of more accessible, liveable and sustainable cities in future.

To chart people’s current daily commutes, they are working with data gathered from Smart transport apps and GPS, as well as Opal card use in Sydney and Oyster card use in London (cards used on public transport).

ASU Students

ASU Executive Vice President of research commends global partnership

KAET­PHX (PBS) ­radio of Phoenix interviews Dr. Panchanathan about international research.

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UNSW launches major new alliance with universities in UK, US

Read the News.com.au coverage of the PLuS Alliance launch.

Dr Byrne Interview

How global partnerships could remake the research university

Edward Byrne, president of King’s College London,  spoke with The Chronicle about how collaboration across borders could shake up the international hierarchy of great institutions.