Member Directory

Use the search box below or the categories down the left to find members of the chamber.  


Research and Development Members

James Cook University

James Cook University (JCU) is a leading institution focusing on the Tropics. JCU's main campuses are located in Cairns, Singapore and Townsville - with smaller study centres in Mount Isa, Thursday Island and Mackay, and a campus located in Brisbane, operated by Russo Higher Education. Ranked in the top 4% of the world's tertiary institutions (ARWU 2014), JCU is dedicated to creating a brighter future for life in the Tropics worldwide, through graduates and discoveries that make a difference.

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Australian Institute of Marine Science

AIMS's research effort is designed to meet the challenges facing our marine ecosystems and the requirements of our stakeholders. Fisheries, offshore oil and gas, mining, reef tourism and aquaculture have all benefited from AIMS research geared towards the protection and sustainable development of marine resources.

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Central Queensland University

CQUniversity has one of the largest and fastest-growing footprints of any university in Australia. Our presence in Townsville continues to grow since the launch of our Townsville campus, complementing our existing Distance Education Study Centre. CQU offers a wide variety of programs and courses and continually developing a range of exciting new programs. If you are considering study, drop into our campus and talk to our friendly local staff to find out how we can help you be what you want to be

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Empower Economics

Empower Economics is a specialist economic research, planning and advisory service specialising in:- Project Evaluation Property Economics Market and Social Research Grant applications & tenders and, Strategic Project Management.

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Museum of Tropical Queensland

The Museum of Tropical Queensland is the only branch of the Queensland Museum north of Brisbane. On Flinders Street in Townsville, our iconic building looks across Ross Creek in the city. Our focus is on researching and interpreting the cultural and natural heritage of tropical Queensland.

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