Establishing collaborations and pathways across research, government and industry
By the time CoEDL concluded in 2022, the Centre’s community had expanded into a broad international network with connections to 49 partner institutions in 18 countries. CoEDL’s institutional partners improved outcomes for researchers and led to new collaborations across academia, government and industry.
Establishing these partnerships ensured CoEDL research involved international leaders in the language sciences; connected Centre members with industry opportunities and experience; and assisted with translating research into meaningful outcomes across various sectors. As a community, CoEDL facilitated a level of institutional engagement that many of its members would have otherwise been unable to achieve. This work culminated, in September 2022, with CoEDL co-hosting an Australian Language Policy Symposium with the Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
Learn more about this and the outcomes of other partnerships in the highlights below.
 Vishnupriya Kolipakam, Fiona Jordan, Michael Dunn, Simon Greenhill, Remco Bouckaert, Russell Gray, and Annemarie Verkerk. 2018. "A Bayesian phylogenetic study of the Dravidian language family." Royal Society Open Science. 5: 171504. doi: 10.1098/rsos.171504.
 Laurent Sagart, Guillaume Jacques, Yunfan Lai, Robin Ryder, Valentin Thouzeau, Simon Greenhill, and Johann-Mattis List. 2019. "Dated language phylogenies shed light on the ancestry of sino-tibetan." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116 (21): 10317-10322. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1817972116.