An Australian regenerative medicine company is part of a growing revolution by developing an exciting new stem cell-based therapeutic technique.
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.
Victoria’s traditional strengths in engineering are proving a strong basis for innovation in the Internet of Things.
Melbourne-based iSignthis is fast earning a global reputation for enhancing online payment security.
In regional Victoria, cities like Geelong are looking to the Internet of Things to potentially reinvent themselves.
Leading global tech solution company Aconex continues to be a game changer in the construction industry after nearly two decades.
Melbourne firm Fender Katsalidis Architects is famous for shaping the city’s skyline. Now, it’s reaching new heights of its own.
Supporting startup founders through quality education programs, creating a more vibrant ecosystem is an important goal for LaunchVic CEO Kate Cornick.
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.
Melbourne-based company SportsTG provides cutting-edge digital solutions to the amateur and professional sporting industry in Australia.
Global partnerships with Johnson & Johnson and Siemens Healthineers have placed Universal Biosensors as a world pioneer in medical research.
A new wave of sports entrepreneurs and startups are turning Victoria’s love of sport into a major economic force.
LaunchVic and a group of talented local business owners in Geelong are on a mission to create new businesses and new jobs.
Intelematics has been tasked with by VicRoads to explore a service that assists a car to take the best routes, at the best speed, avoiding red lights.
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).