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Narrator: To drive impact from our research we look to connect opportunities in the market with science and technology solutions and create pathways to bring the solution to life.
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With 100 years’ experience commercialising research we know that there’s more than one pathway to market.
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We use eight main pathways to commercialisation, each with its own processes and benefits.
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We choose the commercialisation pathway or combination of pathways that is right for the science and will deliver real impact for Australia,
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and assemble a team of investors, business experts and researchers to take the technology to market,
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to develop industry shaping solutions that deliver real impact for Australia.
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Talk to us about opportunities for our technology to give your business an advantage.
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