Discover the process of research commercialisation and how scientists translate cutting edge research in a variety of settings.
Thriving economies need both blue sky and applied research. Some research begins and doesn’t necessarily end. There’s no telling where blue sky research may lead, and the open-endedness of academia has led to some of the world’s most profound discoveries. Other research lends itself more easily to commercialisation.
Academia and business might be like chalk and cheese, but these sectors are increasingly collaborating to create new products and services from scientific knowledge to the benefit of all.
This Forum is a chance to
- Meet science and engineering researchers that have founded companies and are collaborating with industry and entrepreneurs to progress exciting scitech innovations.
- Explore Australia’s emerging research landscape, identify future investment opportunities and learn how researchers are collaborating - both within and outside of universities and medical research environments.
- Learn how companies advance science and technology research through the prism of applied health, technology and other research areas.
Who should attend?
- Representatives from research-based companies
- Research academics seeking to explore commercialisation processes
- Research managers looking to collaborate with industry
- Businesses owners and entrepreneurs that are interested in partnering with university researchers or acquiring research talent
- Startup founders who would like to meet researchers and learn about emerging opportunities in science and technology.
What you’ll discover
- What to expect from the commercialisation journey
- How to get started
- Funding opportunities
- How to boost industry research engagement
- How to overcome the barriers to research participation in startup ecosystem.
Networking drinks and canapes will be served at the end of formal proceedings. Don't miss this chance to meet people from diverse professional backgrounds and to discover how to take advantage of the assistance available to help commercialise research knowledge.