By forming a research and development alliance with the Australian biotechnology and diagnostics industry, the IDEAL Research Hub believes it can take an internationally leading role in transforming advanced material and sensing technologies.
Our industry partners with their specialist expertise will help to shape the research directions, collaborate in the research activities, and drive the technology transfer.
We welcome enquiries from organisations interested in partnering with us to transform and grow the point-of-care diagnostics industry in Australia.
Find out more about industry partnerships.
Current Industry Partners
Biotics is an Australian company working across the agricultural and science industries to improve yields through science. Their focus is in the development of patented real-time biosensors for the detection of ovulation in dairy cows and other potential markets related to animal health.
Meet our Biotics partner investigator.
Carina Biotech is an Australian pre-clinical immunotherapy company established to research and develop chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) therapies to treat solid cancers. CAR-T therapy is a revolutionary new treatment option that uses a patient’s immune system to fight their cancer. Carina is developing CAR-T and other adoptive cell therapies that can be used to treat solid cancers, are patient-specific and result in little, if any, off-cancer damage. Using its proprietary platforms, Carina is also developing technologies to improve access to, and infiltration of, solid cancers, and to enhance CAR-T cell manufacturing.
Meet our Carina Biotech partner investigator.
ULVAC is a world leader in advanced vacuum manufacturing equipment, including thin film deposition of many advanced materials, plasma etching of silicon, silica and MEMS materials. The company is widely known for its manufacturing capabilities in flat panel display products, as well as for other leading consumer electronics (including smart phones, portable electronics and sensors).
Find out what we do at the IDEAL Research Hub.