Evaluating the Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative (VLSCI): A Benefits realisation analysis

John Söderbaum 

Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative

Published 2013-11-01

ACIL Allen was commissioned to conduct an evaluation of the benefits realised by the Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative (VLSCI).  The study analysed the current benefits of the initiative (research outputs including publications, leveraged research co-funding, collaborations fostered, research employment generated and research capacity development) as well as potential future benefits (such as commercialisation opportunities and improved health outcomes of Victorians). The study also measured the initiative’s performance against agreed targets and KPIs, and made recommendations for enhancing the initiative. 

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