A Melbourne research project is set to change the lives of people suffering from paralysis—all thanks to a device the size of a paper clip.
With a vision to create a cross-border payment platform for trade between Australia and China, choosing to base the operation in Melbourne was easy.
Australian fintech innovators operate on the radical notion that financial planning is not the sole domain of the wealthy or those soon to retire.
Victorian researchers have shed light on one of the major causes of breast cancer and opened the door to developing effective prevention strategies.
Rome2Rio is one of many Melbourne-based tech startups that have found success on a global scale.
Australia’s leading plastic products manufacturer was co-founded by a group of Directors who found opportunities in products most of us throw away.
In Victoria, smart thinking and a culture of creativity inspired Alzheimer’s Australia Vic to challenge the reality of the disease – virtually.
Melbourne-based startup has carved out its own distinct space at the forefront of a global trend for peer-to-peer lending.
Brolly decided it could fulfil a need in social media archiving, and Victoria was the perfect place to launch it.
The Woodside Innovation Centre is a transformational hub for technological innovation that will deliver benefits for Australia and the world.
Getting lost at a shopping mall will be almost impossible with the development of a more accurate and reliable indoor positioning system.
A framework is being developed that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics to measure the trustworthiness of a business or organisation.
Being part of a thriving start-up culture is one of the key drivers for Melbourne-based car manufacturers Tomcar Australia.
Smart partnerships are ensuring that innovative Victorian medtech now extends to over 39 international markets.
Medical innovations made possible by local collaboration networks are set to take the US by storm.
Melbourne startup Locomote is developing a platform that has quickly won over its corporate target market.
Hepatitis C could become a disease of the past with the Burnet Institute’s smart diagnostics and innovative vaccines.
Researchers at one of Victoria’s leading universities, have developed nanotechnology with a seemingly endless capacity for practical application.