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KiwiNet fosters innovation with two new appointments
“Now more than ever, we need to accelerate emerging deep-tech start-up companies and research discoveries that offer new solutions to big global challenges."
KiwiNet secures funding from MBIE for research commercialisation of deep tech
KiwiNet runs a range of activities to empower the people who commercialise research.
MicroMaker3D's tiny 3D printing tech is 'game changing'
Imagine 3D printing things thinner and smaller than a human hair, and how they could be used in everything from sensors, electronics, wearables and meshes.
$38m later and KiwiNet is still going strong with new appointments
Since 2011 KiwiNet has been investing into new ideas and innovations in New Zealand with the aim to facilitate commercial success.
UC senior lecturer a finalist in Kiwi innovation awards
Dr Deborah Crittenden has been named as a finalist for her efforts in research behind an 'infinitely' rechargeable battery.
E-bike developer receives $25,000 boost from KiwiNet
Massey University researcher Matthew Miller has received a $25,000 boost to develop e-bike feedback sensors.
Finalists announced for KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards
Winners of the KiwiNet Awards 2017 will be announced at an evening reception on 13 July in Auckland.
Kiwi scientist gets $25k grant for revolutionary autism communication tool
“Seeing children who have difficulty in social interaction experience the joy of connecting with others is an absolute highlight of my work."
Scion joins KiwiNet consortium to boost forestry commercialisation
Crown Research Institute Scion is the latest organisation to join the Kiwi Innovation Network (KiwiNet), a consortium aimed at increasing the scale
KiwiNet and Callaghan drive Kiwi innovation
Partnership aimed at turning more clever ideas and research discoveries into new products and services through out New Zealand.
KiwiNet receives $7.5m research boost
Discoveries from New Zealand’s publicly funded research will be turned into commercial reality under a new allocation of government investment.
Research groups sign trans-Tasman agreement
KiwiNet and CSIRO sign agreement to co-operate on tech projects.