Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is establishing a new Innovation Partnering Office with Monash University.
Nutribiotech has chosen Victoria as the location of its fourth global manufacturing facility, creating 150 new jobs in Dandenong South.
A new Australian research collaboration using 3D implants and robotic surgery is set to change the way tumours and bone cancers are treated.
Melbourne medtech startup CNSDose is leading the way in genetically-guided dosing for the treatment of depression.
An Australian regenerative medicine company is part of a growing revolution by developing an exciting new stem cell-based therapeutic technique.
The Monash Institute of Medical Engineering is delivering real medical breakthroughs and partnerships between researchers, hospitals and industry.
A new method of fighting cancer by supercharging the body’s own immune system being developed in Melbourne, with trials on patients already underway.
A Victorian emergency medicine company has risen to become a global leader, thanks to its range of respiratory medications.
The Melbourne-based company is committed to design and service innovation and strives to create solutions that ultimately improve people’s lives.
BioCurate is the sum of the two medical research behemoths of the University of Melbourne and Monash University.
Global partnerships with Johnson & Johnson and Siemens Healthineers have placed Universal Biosensors as a world pioneer in medical research.
Melbourne-based company SportsTG provides cutting-edge digital solutions to the amateur and professional sporting industry in Australia.
Swinburne University graduate Doctor Jacqueline Savage is trialing new technology that can get patients back into their own homes, and save lives.
Groundbreaking research from is giving hope to the tens of thousands of vulnerable women who die each year from post-partum haemorrhaging (PPH).
Grey Innovation is a commercialisation technology company that extracts big ideas and research projects out of Australian universities and hospitals.
Researchers from the University of Melbourne have launched a groundbreaking project tipped to revolutionise how drugs are tested.
The secret to better diabetes treatment may have been found in the most unlikely of places –– snail venom.
A Melbourne company motivated to improve eye health is drawing on local scientific talent to make use of the multi-billion dollar biopharma industry.