Technology & Innovation


Fiona Wood Foundation - Scarless Healing Appeal

Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research - Woodside Fellowship

Premier’s Science Awards

Woodside has supported the Scarless Healing Appeal as a Premium Building Block Partner of the Fiona Wood Foundation since 2011. The Foundation's vision is to deliver 'scarless' healing – in mind and body – to all burn injury survivors. As a Premium Building Block Partner, Woodside assists the Fiona Wood Foundation Centre of Excellence in supporting senior Post-Doctoral Researchers. These Researchers, together with all the staff of the Centre, work to transform knowledge into ground-breaking clinical outcomes.

In partnership with the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Woodside has supported a fellowship in cancer research since 2014. The first recipient of the Woodside Fellowship in Cancer Research has been Professor Ruth Ganss. Professor Ganss, is scientific head of Cancer and Cell Biology at the Perkins, and leads her own Laboratory which is focused on finding a way to effectively treat pancreatic and liver cancer tumours.

Woodside's support of cancer research has been inspired by the dedication and commitment of our employees and their passion to make a difference.

The Premier's Science Awards recognise and celebrate the research and engagement achievements of the Western Australian science community across all fields of science, including natural, medical, applied and technological science, engineering and mathematics. There are four award categories, with Woodside a proud sponsor of the Early Career Scientist of the Year Award.'s-science-awards


WA Innovator of The Year Awards

Woodside FutureLab

The WA Innovator of the Year (IOTY) is an initiative funded under the New Industries Fund. The Western Australian Government is committed to raising the profile of innovation in Western Australia and supporting the delivery of government initiatives to advance the growth of the State’s innovation based industries.

FutureLab aims to nurture and grow a culture of diversity and innovation, harness new commercial opportunities and secure our ambition to be a leading supplier of affordable and sustainable energy.

In 2016, we opened the Woodside FutureLab collaboration centres at Monash University and the University of Western Australia. These centres, in conjunction with our centre at Curtin University, will support the delivery of our Intelligent Enterprise, Plant of the Future and Offshore Transformation work streams.