Australia Standing in Research in the World
- Australia is among the 153 top performing countries in all fields. Australia is ranked # 10 for citations, # 9 for papers and # 29 for citations per paper (According to ISI Essential Science indicators 5M).
- The number of Australian scientific publications per million of the Australian population increased from 1149 in 2004 to 1318 in 2005. This is the highest level ever recorded in recent years.
- The citation impact index of the Australian scientific publications was 1.14 times the world average (2004 data).
- In 2002, there were almost 8 researchers for every 1000 Australian workers, placing Australia 9th in the Organization for Economic Co – operation and Development (OECD).
- Over the period 1996 – 2001, Australia was highly productive in obtaining biotechnology patents (European Patent Office) compared to other countries, behind only Denmark and Canada.
- Australia may only have a third of one percent of world’s population, but it contributes 2.5 percent of world’s medical research.
- Taking advantage of the world – class research facilities, around 200 core biotechnology companies operate in Australia more per capita than in the United States.
Australian Scientists and their Contribution to the World or Science
|11.||Global Institute of Management Technology||New Delhi||12.||Amrapali Institute of Management & Computer applications||Haldwani,Nainital|
|13.||Hindu Institute of Management||Sonepat||14.||Institute of Management and Development||New Delhi|
|15.||Vishwakarma Institute of Management||Pune||16.||B D S Institute of Management||Meerut|
|17.||Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Institute of Management and Higher Studies||Kanpur||18.||Guru Gobind Singh Institute of Technology & Management Studies (GGSITMS)||Haryana|
|19.||KITS,RAMTEK||Ramtek||20.||Apex Institute of Management||Pune|
|21.||Ambedkar Institute of Management Studies||Visakhapatnam||22.||Institute of Management Studies Roorkee||Roorkee|
|23.||APAR India||New Delhi||24.||Cherran's Institute of Management Studies||Tamilnadu|
|25.||NIS Academy||Kolkata||26.||Annex College of Management Studies||Kolkata|
|27.||Bhartiya Vidya Mandir,College of Management||Gwalior||28.||Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan||Mysore|
|29.||IBAT School of Management||Bhubaneswar||30.||Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, International Institute of Advanced Studies||Dharwad|
|31.||Netaji Subhas Institute of Management Sciences||New Delhi||32.||Institute of Management Studies||Kolkata|
|33.||IIAS||Kolkata||34.||Apeejay School of Management||New Delhi|
|35.||Institute of Business Management & Research||Pune||36.||Eastern Institute of Integrated Learning in Management (EIILM)||Kolkata|
|37.||Eastern Institute of Management||Kolkata||38.||TASMAC||Pune|
|39.||JIS College of Engineering||Kalyani,Nadia||40.||International School of Business (ISB)||Kolkata|
|41.||Indian Institute of Professionals||Kolkata||42.||Nopany institute of management studies||Kolkata|
|43.||Robert Gordon University||UK||44.||Napier University||UK|
|45.||Narula Institute of Technology||Kolkata||46.||Academy of Management Studies||Dehradun|
|47.||J.K.Institute of Technology & Management||Navi Mumbai||48.||Darwin School of Business||Guwahati|
Australia was the first country in the world to introduce a circulating series of polymer banknotes. These notes have, as a major security element, a distinctive transparent window, as well as a range of other printed security features.
In addition to their enhanced security, in Australia the notes last four times longer than the paper notes they replaced. At the end of their life they may be recycled for use in a variety of plastic products. Many countries now use this Australian developed technology.
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