Startup success stories

We have a rich history of making discoveries and creating innovations that have been transformed into successful products, services and companies. Read about some of our recent University startups.

An AI-powered device for accurate and safe pregnancy monitoring

Kali Healthcare, a University of Melbourne start-up, has developed a new wearable AI-powered device that provides better access to safe and accurate pregnancy monitoring both within the hospital and at home.

Read about Kali Healthcare

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A device supporting early intervention of hearing loss and language delay in infants and children

A game-changing device accelerates intervention in infants and children with hearing and language disorders.

Read about NIRGenie

A medical device returning the power of communication to paralysis patients

University of Melbourne researchers were inspired to found Synchron to develop their world-first device to help severely paralysed patients.

Read about Synchron

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A portable diagnostic system for epilepsy

Successful startup, Seer Medical, was co-founded by University of Melbourne researchers to develop a take home portable diagnostic system for people with epilepsy.

Read about Seer Medical

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Bringing clinical trials to regional patients

A new application is using innovative technology to automatically identify patients in general practices across Australia who are eligible for clinical trials.

Read about Torch Recruit

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