This year, TERN collaborated with the 26 facilities supported by the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS), by showcasing brief snapshot videos of what each capability does & how we all enable research innovation for the benefit of Australia.
NCRIS is a national network of world-class research infrastructure projects that support high-quality research that drive greater innovation in the Australian research sector and help better connect researchers to high quality research outcomes.
Check out the Department of Education’s Twitter thread to watch short videos about the 26 NCRIS facilities supporting researchers across Australia.
This National Science Week, discover how the department’s exciting National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) is helping to turn research into products and services to benefit the lives of Australians. Watch the videos below to learn more! pic.twitter.com/aMp392fX8y— Australian Government Department of Education (@AusGovEducation) August 15, 2022
Watch TERN’s Education and Training Manager, Dr Eleanor Velasquez, explain how TERN helps provide scientists and researchers with a way to obtain free open-source data on Australia’s environment from its continental-scale ecosystem monitoring infrastructure.