SME success stories
Queensland-based Aquarius Technologies teamed up with Griffith University through the STEM+ Business program and fast tracked R&D into their Ultima water monitoring technology.
Australian Bay Lobster Producers
Aquaculture SME Australian Bay Lobster Producers Limited is developing a novel vision-system to support healthy lobster growth with SIEF STEM+ Business Fellow Dr Xun Yu at Griffith University.
Sentek and the University of South Australia teamed up to develop a soil in-situ nitrate profiling sensor.
Cinglevue continues their R&D collaboration to develop a framework for speech recognition and understanding in digital learning with support of a SIEF Ross Metcalf STEM+ Business Fellowship.
St Kilda Football Club
St Kilda Football Club teamed up with Monash University to develop a digital tool that personalises tailored sleep profiles designed to improve health, performance and recovery.
Queensland-based Vaxxas teamed up with the University of Queensland through a SIEF Ross Metcalf STEM+ Business project to assist the development of Vaxass' flagship product, the Nanopatch, ending the needle-syringe system of vaccination.
This Sydney-based start-up worked with the STEM+ Business team to tee up a partnership with University of Newcastle's Dr Hui Song and develop some innovative solutions in waste and water management.
Following the success of their CSIRO Kick-Start engagement, retail leasing specialists Leasing Information Systems (LIS) pursued a SIEF STEM+ Business project to deepen the capability of their Accurait® software leading to significant new business.
Mayne Pharma received support to gain US FDA approval for a drug capsule to be marketed in the USA, registration of a patent for a new formula, and multiple high impact research papers through a SIEF STEM+ Business project.
Melbourne biotech start-up MecRx is working with CSIRO researcher Dr Rohan Volpe to fast track drug discovery.
Tackling a critical need in the hard disk drive industry, Melbourne-based laser products specialist OptoTech fast-tracked the development of its surface defect detection system with STEM+ Business.
This Sydney-based pharmaceutical research company teamed up with cardiovascular inflammation and fibrosis specialist, Dr Ben Rayner from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Sydney, through a STEM+ Business project looking to fast track drug discovery.
This Emerging biotechnology company has teamed up with University of South Australia through a STEM+ Business project looking to fast track drug discovery.