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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Funding for startups
The University of Melbourne connects University startups with support and funding to turn a new idea or innovation into a commercial reality.
The University of Melbourne Genesis Pre-Seed Fund
The University of Melbourne Genesis Pre-Seed Fund helps researchers, students, and alumni establish investment-ready startups.
Meet the founders from the University’s first (2023) pre-seed startup cohort.
Meet the investment team
Startup specialists, with experience in research, venture and entrepreneurship.