News & Updates
The University of Adelaide has created two new divisions to replace the services currently provided Adelaide Research & Innovation.
Funding round is now open for Adelaide University researchers to collaborate with AstraZeneca’s industry-leading scientists and develop new medicines.
Muradel, has been awarded a new federal grant to start scaling up its demonstration plant as it refocuses on new feedstock.
The University of Adelaide has taken a step closer to developing next-generation solar thermal technologies that aim to reduce industry’s reliance on natural gas, thanks to a new $15.1 million research project.
In the global knowledge economy South Australia’s competitive position depends on a capacity to develop new knowledge and exploit new ideas. At ARI, believe the best way to do this is through open engagement and being proactive around the co-creation of new ideas and applied research and knowledge.
The Technology Industry Association (TIA) presents a special breakfast event with guest speaker Jason Cotton, MD of full service marketing agency Nucleus.
These projects will share in $400,000 allocated through the Commercial Accelerator Scheme (CAS).
Thanks to Applaunch, first prize winner receives $2,000 in cash and $8,000 worth of design and prototyping to help get their idea off the ground.
Around 30 University researchers from a broad range of disciplines attended a partnering briefing from Johnson & Johnson Innovation hosted by ARI.
Let’s hope you caught the news – the University of Adelaide has announced its intent to create a new team – Adelaide Commercial – dedicated to the commercialisation of research.
AusIndustry are hosting information sessions on the services and grants offered through Accelerating Commercialisation.
Westpac has indicated a long term interest in the emerging market for innovative start-ups in the agricultural sector.
Interest in the Commercial Accelerator Scheme (CAS) has reached record highs this year. In total 25 expressions of interest have been received by ARI’s Commercial Development team.
A research and development and manufacturing hub based on a new generation of specialty glass products for the global science and medical equipment market was announced at the University of Adelaide today.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Bertram Ostendorf and his team for winning the Westpac Innovation Challenge People’s Choice Award with their ‘Drones for Grapevines’ idea.
Our Commercial Development Managers Kerstin Holata and Valerie Morris recently attended the Australia China Health Summit in Melbourne.
ARI’s 2015 Commercial Accelerator Scheme (CAS) Funding Round is now open, with a total of $400,000 available for University of Adelaide researchers.
A team of University of Adelaide researchers led by Associate Professor Bertram Ostendorf is a top-five finalist and in the running to win the 2015 Westpac Innovation Challenge for Agribusiness.
Researchers in The Australian Centre for Ancient DNA have been assisting SA Police on the case of the child whose remains were found near Wynarka last month.
Rob Chalmers recently spoke to the SA chapter of Family Business Australia around the role of ARI and how businesses can drive innovation.