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Iris Biomedical is a great example of the success stories coming out of the SPARK Co-Lab Design course in only two short years of the program being run.
WAHTN will be hosting the Scientist Knowledge Translation Training workshop 2018 by Melanie Barwick and Tamika Heiden on Monday 7 and Tuesday 8 May 2018.
Lewis Dawson, Sarah McGarry, Arjun Kaushik and Michael Challenor were the winners of SPARK Co-Lab's 2016 Design Course. Now, just over 12 months after completing the course, we sat down to talk about their SPARK Co-Lab experience and their start-up Iris Biomedical.
The Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) at Flinders University has been operating in South Australia for nine years with outstanding results. The MDPP are considering how the success of the MDPP in South Australia could be expanded nationally.
Organised by the UTS Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Creative Intelligence Unit in collaboration with the Faculty of Health, the forum will hear from cutting edge health tech startups, government innovation agencies, UTS researchers and more to help understand the future of healthcare.
AmCham, together with the University of Sydney Business School, will be holding a breakfast event on the 7th of November to discuss the future of our healthcare systems.
ANDHealth has selected 6 mid-stage digital health companies to receive support in progressing their technology towards investment and reaching global markets
Registrations are closing this Friday, the 29th of September for Health Hack, a hackathon style event in which teams tackle the biggest problems in the healthcare sector.
Startup WA will be holding an event on Thursday the 14th of September to discuss the opportunities to engage with and create multi-billion dollar industries in WA.
The Australian eChallenge is a competition based learning experience that develops strategic business thinking for early-stage entrepreneurial ventures. Participants pitch their venture concepts to potential investors from the local business community.
MTPConnect is inviting Australia MedTech companies to take part in a delegation to the MedTech Conference in San Jose, California in September 2017. Follow the link for your chance to attend!
Applications close at 8pm (AET) on the 28th of July for ON Prime, Australia's sci-tech pre-accelerator designed to help researchers translate their big ideas into real life impact.The course aims to unlock your inner entrepreneur required to take your work to the next level.
The Australian Technologies Competition & Accelerator Program is looking for Australia’s best technology companies. The competition will assess, mentor, profile and promote innovative and emerging technologies, that have the greatest global potential.
The AusMedtech conference will be held from 24-25 May at the Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne. The conference will be co-presented with the International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (ICMMB) for the first time.
In June, the Research Tuesday event will be “Invented in Adelaide”. Some of Adelaide University’s leading researchers will review a selection of the University’s past innovations, and highlight exciting current initiatives to nurture tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Accelerating Australia would like to congratulate MTPConnect CEO, Sue MacLeman, who was last week awarded BioMelbourne Network’s 2017 Women in Leadership award at the 9th Annual Connecting Women Lunch at Mural Hall.
Science on the Swan Conference and associated workshops provide an opportunity to interact with global research leaders in the important 21st century field of emergent infectious and acquired disease.