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Trimph is a biomedical startup working to commercialise a range of medical technologies using their patented polymer platform.
The Sydney School of Entrepreneurship has opened its doors this week, kicking off its first pilot course to educate students.
Sydney startup HealthMatch connects patients to registered clinical trials through an app backed by machine learning and a search algorithm.
Sydney-based startup Intersective has developed Practera, an online system allowing educators to create experiential learning programs online.
Guardian Data Software has announced a partnership with BuddingTech that will see the organisation utilise their analytical engine and achieve new research.
GoRepp works through using “brand ambassadors” to promote a startup’s offerings using social media, email, word of mouth, even fliers.
The international social startup competition the Hult Prize is already underway at the University of Sydney to find young entrepreneurs with a passion to solve a single global problem. This years focus is around the world refugee crisis and students from over 150 countries will participate for the chance to win US$1 million in prizes.
The University of Sydney’s on-campus accelerator program Incubate, has announced it has received $1 million in funding from the University, to be provided over five years.
As part of the 2016 Spark Festival- a nine-day celebration of startup culture, the University of Sydney is set to host Australia’s first ever pitch event for medical cannabis technology. The pitch event, named Seedlings will discuss the combined regulatory, technological and logistical challenges the emerging cannabis industry faces in Australia.
Created by Smart Sports Solutions in collaboration with the University of Sydney, Doglogbook is an app helping dog owners gather and review data about the health of their dog, its management, and its likes and dislikes.
EduTech startup Fluid Education has been named the winner of the sixth INCUBATE accelerator intake at the University of Sydney, awarded the Lenovo Choice award by INCUBATE’s technology partner Lenovo.
DISRUPT.SYDNEY, an annual tech conference held by the Digital Disruption Research Group (DDRG) and the Balanced Enterprise Research Network at the University of Sydney’s Business School, wants to show off the positive possibilities of disruption in everyday life and business with this year’s theme of “disruption for good.”
INCUBATE, a University-based accelerator programme founded in 2012, has revealed its latest cohort of startups and its new partnership with Lenovo. As part of the partnership, Lenovo is supplying the technology support for all the startups participating in the programme.
The University of Sydney’s Incubate accelerator program has called for startups to apply for its Winter 2015 intake.
Last week, eight budding entrepreneurs presented their startup concepts before a panel of judges at University of Sydney Business School’s Sydney Genesis Final Pitch 2014 competition. The winners were chosen on the basis of having “real world” potential.