Cicada Innovations has announced Macquarie Bank as a partner in its 2017 Industry Engagement Program, which looks to facilitate collaboration.
After 15 years, Sydney tech incubator ATP Innovations has rebranded, last night revealing its new name, Cicada Innovations.
Four Australian healthtech startups have secured a total of $8.6 million in funding from the NSW Department of Health. The funding comes from the Government’s Medical Device Fund [MDF] and will help the chosen startups to develop and commercialise their innovations.
After receiving a $1 million grant through the Federal Government’s Accelerating Commercialisation program earlier this year, biotech company Clarity Pharmaceuticals has announced it has raised a further $2 million in funding to help further develop its technology.
ATP Innovations appoints former director of strategy and business development Petra Andren as new CEO
Sydney incubator ATP Innovations has announced the resignation of its CEO Hamish Hawthorn and the appointment of Petra Andren, previously its director of strategy and business development and managing director of Octapharma Australia, to the position.
Global tech giant Cisco has launched Innovation Central Sydney, a new innovation centre, to showcase the possibilities of, and inspire development in, the Internet of Things (IoT).
ATP Innovations and the NSW Office for Health and Medical Research have announced the opening for applications into their Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program (MDCTP).
Sydney startup PodPlants is tackling gardening problems as it looks to transform urban design and solve the issue of sustainability through vertical garden units.
ATP Innovations launches exclusive coworking space Accelerator HUB for accelerator participants and graduates
ATP Innovations, which won the title of Randall M. Whaley Incubator of the Year Award 2014 at the International Conference on Business Incubation, announced the launch of its exclusive co-working space Accelerator HUB last week.
Clean-technology startup Zenogen is setting a new standard for innovation in Australia – beyond web- and mobile-based technology – by making the zero-emissions method of producing hydrogen commercially viable. The company has raised a total investment capital of $435,000 and has received praise from investors in the US.
The day was an eight hour competition aiming at producing novel approaches and solutions to a long standing real biology problem of great importance to the community. Never before in Australia has a problem previously exclusive to a selected few scientists been opened up to a wider audience.
Last night in Sydney a decent sized proportion of the local startup community gathered for a fireside chat and Q&A with Dave McClure of 500 Startups. What I loved about this guy is his no bullshit approach in what can be sometimes a pretty diplomatic community. Here are some of my favourite quotes of the night.
Hashtag for this event is #sydneydave. Ok so this Dave is a little more unique than most. Dave McClure is one of the most influential and active tech startup investors of our generation. Dave is coming to Sydney, one of the most exciting startup scenes on the planet so lets show him why.
The Ignition Labs Clean Tech Seed Accelerator operates within ATP Innovations and has just recently announced their new [and first] class for their Clean Tech Incubator. Much like various other incubator programs such as Pushstart and Startmate, the Ignition Labs program will be an intensive 3 month program in which the successful applicants will be developed as business people, validate and refine their technology and business model – and then finish things off with a roadshow pitching to investors across Australia and the United States.