The ANU Institute for Space brings together researchers from the myriad disciplines with a stake in the space industry. Partners include astronomers, physicists, engineers, policy researchers, legal specialists and business experts, along with the world-class R&D capabilities at Mt Stromlo’s Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre.
We have a focus on spin-offs and start-ups, and draw on a long history of ANU involvement in space research, which InSpace will take to a new level. Some of our previous projects have included:
InSpace has funds to co-invest with internal and external partners to make transformative projects a reality.
InSpace’s location at the heart of government in Canberra leverages on the role of ANU as the national university - we have many connections to the Australian Space Agency and other Federal Government departments.
Inspace HQ is at the iconic AITC Building on Mt Stromlo. The AITC has world-class space science and instrumentation R&D capabilities with excellent laboratories, flight test facilities, and a range of meeting and conference rooms