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Success stories

When industry and research merge a better product is created

Builtquik

New in low-cost housing system to be commercialised off UOW research Remote communities in Australia will get a big boost from a new low-cost cyclone proof housing system developed following collaboration between BuiltQuik, a small family business and University of Wollongong (UOW), and support from the NSW Government. The BuiltQuik project demonstrates what can be achieved by bringing together researchers and SMEs to tackle challenges with innovative approaches.

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so we build innovative solutions for the
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construction industry the original
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patent for this collapsible housing
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frame polymer concepts but they weren't
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complete with the delivery model for
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market they were looking for a
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researcher that can help them with
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developing and refining the business
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model as well as developing the supply
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chain solution as an entrepreneur has
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been extremely valuable to half-german
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has a second brain helping to guide
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certain strategies to really create this
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business to become sustainable the
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aspect that I brought in is moving it
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from a frame manufacturing business to
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licensing IP business when we finish the
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tech voucher we had a road map to the
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commercialization of the system because
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their business model is geared around
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logistics you can take this frame
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anywhere in the world

Bluey Merino

"Farm to Lab: A story of innovation, traceability and wearable technology" The joint project has been funded jointly through the NSW Tech-voucher program and Bluey Merino in partnership with UOW Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI), led by Dr. Javad Foroughi.

Nowchem & Venus Shell Systems

"For business to grow we have to innovate" This project sees the farming of locally grown seaweed manufactured in to a pharmaceutical grade health and beauty consumable. Through collaboration with UOW researchers, the team are able to create a scientifically proven product.

Manufacturing Metal Solutions

"Doing things better, smarter, faster" Manufacturing Metal Solutions (MMS) turns recycled glass into an innovative product with the help of the University of Wollongong.

Warrigal

"It's so important to have research evidence based information to make better decisions" Discover how the University of Wollongong (UOW) applied its technology and expertise to help Warrigal find innovative solutions to reduce its residents' power bills.

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