Source IP is an IP Australia initiative to facilitate innovation and commercialisation by providing a means for public sector patent holders to signal their licensing intent and promote their key areas of technology within a single platform. The initiative seeks to address a current barrier to collaboration and commercialisation in that business finds it hard to access information about available public sector IP.
SPARK Co-Lab provides education and training in support of medical research innovation and commercialisation.
SpeeDx is a privately owned company founded in 2009. Based in Sydney with subsidiary offices in London and the US, and distributors across Europe, SpeeDx specialises in innovative multiplex real-time polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) solutions for clinical diagnostics.
St John of God Health Care is a leading health care provider, with hospitals, home nursing and social outreach services throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the wider Asia-Pacific region.
The recently introduced Research Valet service at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (SVHM) was developed to improve support for sponsors, researchers and companies in preparing and working through the SVHM research submission and approval process.
STC Australia has been an incubator of small tech companies since 2005 and administers several grant and voucher programs, promoting commercialisation and entrepreneurship around next-generation innovations. They have a special interest in the convergence of biotechnology, medical devices, life science and information technology.
STEMMCulture programs improve organisational culture and effectiveness by providing transformative developmental experiences for individuals and the collective within STEMM industries.
SUDA Pharmaceuticals Ltd (SUDA), based in Australia and the US, is a world leader in reformulating and delivering medication through the oral mucosa.
Summatix is a Melbourne-based medical informatics startup developing an open, scalable, aggregatable medical data monetisation platform capable of integrating any connected external medical device. The medical startup is focused on connecting devices designed for use outside the hospital in the therapeutic, diagnostic, rehabilitation, and activity tracking areas leveraging its licensed technology and proprietary data monetisation strategies.
Swinburne University of Technology embraces a progressive culture of innovation, industry engagement and social inclusion. Being a dual sector institution means that Swinburne is involved along the continuum from vocational training through higher degree research training thereby ensuring that industry has access to the array of skills required to advance Australia’s product design and manufacturing agenda.
Sypharma offers contract manufacturing services to the pharmaceutical, veterinary and consumer goods industries, with a specialist program for clinical trial material and drug development. As Sypharma expands its chemical and microbiological laboratories we can increasingly offer extra laboratory services.
TechInSA is the South Australian Government’s innovation agency, working with SA's high-tech sector to facilitate commercialisation and growth. The agency administers the South Australian Early Commercialisation Fund, providing early stage companies and entrepreneurs up to $500,000 for eligible projects.
The Telethon Kids Institute is dedicated to the prevention of childhood diseases and disability.
Australia's first national medtech accelerator deploys a dynamic, integrated suite of programs that support rapid transformation of new ideas into medtech solutions. With an exclusive venture fund and strategic partnerships, The Actuator accelerates medtech startups from seed to series A with multiple capital injections, talented creativity and comprehensive global domain expertise - through industry leadership and investor connectivity.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) is the world’s first national, cooperative research effort focused on autism, and takes a "whole of life" approach to autism focusing on diagnosis, education and adult life.
The HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) is a collaboration of 21 internationally-recognised organisations. Together, through our research efforts, we will lay the foundation for a new era of hearing healthcare for Australia.
The Institute for Photonics & Advanced Sensing (IPAS) is a global hub of Photonics research and one of five research institutes at the University of Adelaide, which exemplify research excellence. IPAS brings together over 200 experimental physicists, chemists, material scientists, biologists, experimentally driven theoretical scientists and medical researchers to pursue a new transdisciplinary approach to science and develop novel photonic, sensing and measurement technologies.
The Social Science is an agency that helps STEMM-focussed organisations use social media for a wide variety of reasons. Our team of skilled STEMM content writers and digital designers can create original content including copy, film and infographics.
The University of Adelaide is a world-class tertiary education and research institution committed to delivering high quality and distinct learning, teaching and research experiences.
Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement.