WorleyParsons is a leading provider of professional services to the energy, resource and complex process industries.
WorleyParsons is a dynamic company whose success has resulted from outstanding project delivery for customers around the world. In doing so we work through all five phases of an asset's lifecycle, customizing our services for each sector.
"EcoNomics™ brings together WorleyParsons' range of services and technologies that profitably embed environmental, social and financial sustainability into project delivery across the asset lifecycle." John Grill - Chief Executive Officer
The FRDC has become widely recognised as the leading Australian agency concerned with planning, funding and managing fisheries research and development.
The FRDC does not undertake research itself; rather it identifies research and development needs - and the means of addressing them - through a planning process and by contracting with research providers.
Stakeholders in the FRDC are the fishing industry; the governments of the Commonwealth, the states and the territories; and the people of Australia.

Our Role
The FRDC plans, invests in and manages fisheries research and development throughout Australia. It is a statutory authority within the portfolio of the federal Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, jointly funded by the Australian Government and the fishing industry.
For Fisheries Research
An excellent fisheries research sector that is forward-looking, innovative and responsive in supporting the industry and the community.
The University of Queensland boasts some of Australia's best and brightest inquiring minds. Our researchers are among the world's best.

UQ reSEARCHers will put you in contact with the experts you need.

UQ reSEARCHers is for industry and business, for the academic community, for research students and for the wider community. Your search for a solution starts here.
 
The Federation Press is an independent, Australian-owned and run publishing company specialising in legal, social and academic books. It was founded in 1987 by Kathryn Fitzhenry, Christopher Holt and Diane Young, the three executive directors and majority shareholders.

In 2007 The Federation Press is twenty years old. From the initial publication in June 1988 of Peter Gillies' Business Law (now in its 12th edition), we now have over 400 books in print, publish around 40-50 new books and new editions per year, are entirely self-funding and have no overdraft (nor ever have had).

We also publish under three specialist imprints: Hawkins Press for our criminology titles; Desert Pea Press for selected high-quality non-law titles; and Themis Press for legal research titles.