Director | Industry Engagement | QUT
Collaborative relationships built on trust are more important than ever. To address current challenges and create a healthier future, alliances between diverse organisations are required that deliver not only commercial value but also broader societal benefit.
Kate Taylor is an innovation and partnerships expert leading a multidisciplinary research cluster called “Bioeconomy for Society” through the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture at the University of Tasmania.
Kate connects world-class research with like-minded organisations to deliver high-quality products underpinned by sustainable practices and strong social licence.
Kate is a Registered Technology Transfer Professional and holds a Bachelor of Biotechnology from the University of Queensland. She serves on the board of UTAS Nexus Aquasciences, currently commercialising the world’s first closed-loop lobster aquaculture system and has formerly served on the board of Startup Tasmania.