Industry

Industry

Helping you find new business opportunities

Realise your business objectives by working with us. With 96 per cent of Macquarie University’s research disciplines rated at world standard or higher (Excellence in Research for Australia, 2015), we can help you create solutions that are informed by some of the world’s most innovative thinking.

We offer flexible solutions through every stage of the innovation and commercialisation process. Our objective is to achieve win-win deals.

Contact us to discuss your individual needs, or explore our current licencing opportunities below.

Medicine

A novel and disease-modifying approach delivers a mutant neuroserpin molecule that has shown significant protection against glaucoma damage, including RGC degeneration.


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DeepSlice is trained to predict Output Vectors, corresponding to Allen Mouse Brain Atlas coordinates, from coronal histological images prepared using any staining or imaging technique.


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Using diamond Raman technology, a pump beam can be efficiently converted to a longer wavelength output beam using 1, 2 or more Stokes shifts of the Raman medium. For example, a 1.06 μm laser pump beam can be efficiently converted to a 1.5 μm output beam.

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High thermal conductivity Raman materials such as diamond can be used to mitigate thermal lensing enabling operation over a very wide power range without compromising output beam quality.

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Macquarie’s diamond-based High Energy Laser (HEL) tech runs at an eye safer 1.24 µm, with unprecedented ultra-high power potential of 100’s of kW to MWs. This technology is transformative as beam-conversion in diamond can substantially raise the power barrier.

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Design of continuous-wave Raman lasers, particularly yellow.

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Our OAM light modulator integrates an ultrahigh capacity OAM-multiplexing metasurface with ultrafast laser-inscribed photonic waveguides, leading to the world’s first all-on-chip OAM light modulator that uses waveguide inputs and outputs to generate and detect OAM modes.

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Iterative compressive sensing direction of arrival estimation (icsDOA) is the most advanced technology to determine the location of origin for radio, radar or sonar.

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2018058 Power Amplifier Power amplifier with inbuilt thermal sensor

This electronic real-time monitoring system enables microsecond accurate measurements of the temperature of a transistor.

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The elimination of airbridge structures improves bandwidth and reduces the overall size.

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A novel enhancement of the FET mixer concept for GaN FETs with field-plate technology.

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A capillary-force-driven methodology enhancing nanoparticle cohesion to improve the electrical conductivity of nanostructured metal-oxide gas sensors.

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A method for lamination of solar cells

An alternative method of lamination by directly heating the solar cell for improved efficiency.

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A method for delaminating solar cells

A method for delaminating photovoltaic modules without energy-intensive processes or using toxic chemicals.

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A novel repellent effective against several fruit fly species.

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Utilising low-cost organic waste streams as feedstocks and simplified infrastructure for biomanufacturing with minimal use of water.

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Genetically engineered microbial (yeast or bacterial) synthetic strains which will be utilised for enhanced PE degradation and subsequent chemical commodity production (including but without limitation to biofuels, nutrient sources and fertilizers).

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Contact our experts

John Golding, Interim Director Commercialisation and Innovation

John started his career as a biomedical research scientist working in both publicly funded research roles as well as gaining experience in the early days of Australia’s biotech industry, before moving into commercialisation activities as a Licensing Development Manager with Sydnovate, the commercial arm of The University of Sydney. From 2007, he worked as a Patent & Trade Mark Attorney at Watermark (now Griffith Hack), Baxter IP, and most recently, Krouzer IP, where he providing strategic advice on intellectual asset management for local and foreign clients, as well as performing the usual patent and trade mark services.

John commenced work at Macquarie University in 2021, taking on the role of Research Innovation Contracts Manager. From September 2022 he has taken on the role of Interim Director, Office of Commercialisation and Innovation.

Phone: +61 (2) 9850 2299 | Mobile: 0400 392 245
Email: john.golding@radiobrgospel.com

Gorjana Mitic, Commercialisation and Innovation Manager (Life Sciences)

Gorjana joined Macquarie University as a Commercialisation and Innovation Manager (Life Sciences) in January 2018. She works closely with researchers in life sciences and medicine to assess innovative technologies and facilitate their translation and commercialisation through strategic partnerships, licensing and industry collaborations.

Prior to this role, she was a Business Development Manager at a biotechnology commercialisation consultancy Bio-Link Australia for 4 years. She worked with biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies and Medical Research Institutes to develop IP and commercialisation strategy, secure partnerships and negotiate licensing deals.  She also provided comprehensive reviews of regulatory, competitive and IP landscapes.

Prior to receiving her PhD at the Children’s Cancer Institute from the University of NSW (Faculty of Medicine), Gorjana completed a BSc (Biotechnology) with First-Class Honours. Her PhD thesis investigated new molecular targets in glioblastoma, a devastating brain cancer. In 2013, Gorjana was awarded a prestigious Women in Cancer Research Scholar Award. Concurrently, Gorjana obtained a Diploma of Innovation Management at UNSW focusing on the biotechnology industry, commercialisation, technology transfer and IP management. She served as an active committee member and a UNSW student representative of the AusBiotech Student Association for several years.

She is currently a mentor and an alumna of the Bridge Program, a government and industry supported training program for science commercialisation and pharmaceutical drug development.

Gorjana also represents Macquarie University and MQ Health as a member of the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund (MRCF) Investment Research Committee.

Gorjana has an extensive industry network and loves creating opportunities for researchers to collaborate with industry. Thrilled by innovative scientific discoveries and compelling data, Gorjana is always pleased to assist researchers and find ways towards translation and impact.

Phone: Gorjana is currently on leave, please email: ip@radiobrgospel.com
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Bel Coppock, Intellectual Property Portfolio Manager

Bel has a diverse background in events, regional marketing, customer service and patent management. Bel is responsible for keeping the Office of Commercialisation organised.  She also liaises with Macquarie University's existing pool of inventors and administers royalty payments.

If you have any questions about the commercialisation process at Macquarie University, please talk to Bel.

Phone: +61 2 9850 4598  
Email: belinda.coppock@radiobrgospel.com

Content owner: Commercialisation and Innovation Last updated: 24 Nov 2022 4:05pm

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