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Institute for Resilient Regions (IRR)
University of Southern Queensland
The Institute for Resilient Regions conducts research that enables rural, remote and regional communities to be resilient and adaptive, liveable and prosperous, healthy and active, and connected and collaborative. We work with government, non-government and business organisations to understand and help communities to innovate, successfully navigate change, develop and deploy new skills, technology and infrastructure, strengthen community health and well-being and appreciate and develop cultural capital and experiences.
Key science sectors
- Defence, aviation and space
- Environment and nature
- Food and agriculture
- Health and medical
- ICT and multimedia
- Life sciences
- Social sciences
Strengths and capabilities
- Building Community resilience
- Strengthening community health and wellbeing
- Develop cultural capital and experiences
Facilities and major equipment
- Centre for Health, Informatics, and Economic Research
- Centre for Heritage and Culture
- Rural Economies Centre of Excellence
Number of research staff
100-200 research staff
37 Sinnathamby Blvd, Springfield Central QLD 4300
- University Research Centre
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