Fifteen grants totalling $28 million were announced on Thursday through the Defence Innovation Hub, including one to Geelong-based Carbon Revolution to develop world-first wheels for Chinook helicopters.
Innovation can be defined as the creation of value through implementing new or enhanced products, services, processes, technologies, or organisational methods and business models.
Brent Balinski spoke to CSIRO ON’s David Burt about the challenges involved in commercialising scientific achievements.
Three startup hubs have received grants under the latest round of the federal Incubator Support program.
Brent Balinski speaks to Xtek’s managing director Philippe Odouard about the company’s curing process – which it says can produce lighter, stronger composite parts – and its potential applications in defence, space and elsewhere.
Hi-tech company Micro-X will bring the design and manufacture of its next generation of carbon nanotube X-ray tubes in house to give it greater control over its operations.
The latest round of Accelerating Commercialisation grants has been announced, with ten grants totalling $3.7 million.
By Andrew Spence Adelaide-based company Ping Services has closed a $650,000 seed fund round after securing an additional $200,000 in government funding earlier this year. The patented device, known as the Ping Monitor, uses acoustic analysis, machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) to continuously detect wind turbine blade damage. The key piece of…
By Jessica Bassano Spun out of the University of South Australia in 2015, Myriota last year raised $15 million through a Series A funding round, with Boeing HorizonX Ventures among the contributors. The Statement of Strategic Intent follows a similar agreement penned between international aerospace company Boeing and the Australian Space Agency in April. Deputy head of…