Celebrating Australian Commercialisation
Success stories from research organisations and innovative companies around Australia.
PAYO Scientific – a spin-off from Western Sydney University¬ – has developed an incubation system that can keep brain tissue alive for 36 hours (up from 12 hours), reducing time spent preparing samples and the number of animals sacrificed.read more
iSee VC is the breakthrough platform for distance education in virtual classrooms, webinars, workshops, conferences, pitch sessions and team collaboration.read more
Australian company Sleeptite uses non-invasive, medical grade sensors in bedding materials to feed information into a central interface alerting carers to movements of aged care residents and highlighting potential areas of concern.read more
Future Farming: South West Stone Puts Water Management in Palm of Farmers’ Hands With Phone Connected Trough Sensors
South West Stone developed a simple, easy to install sensor that will SMS a farmer to tell them their trough was low or on overflow.read more
Gelion has developed a disruptive battery technology platform based on low cost, non-flow zinc bromine chemistry.read more
Stormseal is a strong polyethylene film that heat-shrinks to cover a damaged structure and stays put until permanent repairs are made. Matthew Lennox developed Stormseal’s patented roof cover system with polymer expert John O’Neill.read more
OxyGenie is a complex piece of software that can control the oxygen delivered to a sick baby whilst on a life-support ventilator.read more
Pedestal 3d creates and provides SAAS software to organisations looking to unlock the potential of their 3d assets.read more
Modular Photonics’ Retrofit Tech boosts legacy fibre optics networks to 10G data speed without re-cabling. Their cost-effective plug-and-play solution is used in Australian sports complexes and schools. It’s ideal for large facilities or multi-building campuses, including universities, hospitals, technology parks, and government departments.read more
Causing 310,000 deaths annually, cervical cancer is the second biggest killer of women globally. But thanks to the Gardasil vaccine, cervical cancer is predicted to be eliminated as a public health threat in Australia by 2028.read more
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