Innovation and Commercial Research news
iAccelerate 2016 Intake now open. Find out more & apply. Read more
Female founders lead the way at National Tech Innovation event. Read more
iAccelerate Pitch grand final 2015 winners. Read more
Pitch perfect for UOW innovators and entrepreneurs. Read more
iAccelerate invites VIPs for tour of business incubator build. Read more
Citi looks to the Illawarra for Mobile Challenge Innovators. Read more
Startup incubator leads gender equality mission. Read more
Finger trap hits the right nerve with winning pitch. Read more
Launch of networking group for manufacturers and researchers. Read more
iAccelerate 2015 intake now open. Find out more & apply. Read more
Social media entrepreneurs pitch perfect. Read more
Bulli designer's wall art picked up by The Block. Read more
Region’s Brightest entrepreneurs gear up for iAccelerate Pitch and demo day. Read more
Australian businesses encouraged to think global and act global for local change. Read more
Get out of your chair alive by standing up for back health. Read more
Handcrafted Touch Breathes New Life Into Final Resting Place. Read more
iAccelerate a case study of best practice on international stage. Read more
Clausematch win BBVA Open Talent 2014 in Europe. Read more
IAccelerate Announces collaboration with successful Canadian startup incubator. Read more
CriticalArc Revamps its brand and announces new SafeZone features. Read more
University of Wollongong launches $10m seed fund to support Australian innovation Read more
iAccelerate resident company The Flock heads for the clouds for global visual effects Read more
iAccelerate Scholarship Program announced. Read more
ClauseMatch accepted into Barclays FinTech Accelerator Program in London. Read more
BeerMogul's Formula One legend hits over 100,000 downloads! Read more
ListLava sale secured to the UOW Library. Read more
Timeline Information Systems sign six-figure software sale. Read more
CriticalArc launch SafeZone in the EMEA markets after opening new office in Birmingham. Read more
GeoInteractive commence biggest project yet. Read more
New home for Illawarra’s entrepreneurs underway. Read more
Pushing the Economic Accelerator. Read more
Canadian innovation experience comes to Wollongong. Read more
Facebook, Google and Twitter are doing it, why aren’t you?. Read more
Wollongong reinvents itself after manufacturing bust. Read more
NSW Government gives $16.5 million for UOW's landmark iAcellerate Centre - a three-storey, 4000 square metre building to be constructed on UOW's Innovation Campus. Read More
2013 News Articles
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|iAccelerate Start residents Nathan Harper and Mike Gardiner were at EB Games Expo to present their start-ups and new games. Read More|
EB Expo showcases amazing Australian Game Development talent including the Wollongong based studio BeerMogul Games, and Lime Rocket. Read More
CritialArc Safe Zone App
A Wollongong start-up has been given wings by a trio of backers offering $1M in combined investment. CriticalArc will use the investment to get its security app SafeZone first to market in the UK and US. Read More
Turning bright ideas into reality with UOW Pitch
A total of $30,000 in cash prizes was recently awarded to the winners of UOW’s first ever ‘Pitch’ competition. Read More
Critical Arc wins SydStart 2013
A Wollongong startup "CriticalArc" founded by a UOW graduate is enjoying life in the smart lane after taking out the major prize at Australia’s largest professional startup conference SydStart 2013. The win immediately resulted in a meeting with a potential investor.
Researchers invent cheaper, safer, quieter wind harvesting technology that can be used installed both on wind farms and on the tops and sides of city skyscrapers. Read more
Researchers develop unique sports bra fitting app
After a pitch at the UOW eClub researchers got the technical expertise they needed to bring their research to life with the only app of its kind in the world to contain eveidence-based info!
Probe to detect cancerous tissue or smuggled goods at the border
After ten years of research and the granting of Australian and US patents and with a European patent pending, the inventors of a hand-held probe, are seeking a business partner to help them develop a commercial prototype for medical applications.
UOW Research Challenges to Transform Lives and Regions
In 2013, UOW will launch its Global Challenges Program, a major research initiative designed to harness the expertise of world-class researchers to solve complex, real-world problems – to transform lives and regions.
CSI Solution Intrigues at NASSCOM Awards
The ability to ‘see’ through walls is no longer reserved for Superman and the realm of Marvel Comics thanks to a remarkable next-generation radar system developed by four UOW students and Prof. Salim Bouzerdoum.
2012 News Articles
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UOW and Ecotech Partnership
UOW Researchers have partnered with Australian environmental monitoring company, Ecotech, to manufacture and distribute the world’s first comprehensive greenhouse gas analyser to worldwide markets. The Spectronus, gives a high precision, real-time analysis of all principal greenhouse gases, capabilities unmatched by its competitors.
Waving Their Magic Wand
After 10 years of research, securing a patent for their portable radiation detector , the 'Liana', is a great triumph for UOW Researchers.
Researchers Invent New Cancer Detection Device
UOW has developed a patented radiation detector that promises wide-ranging applications from cancer tissue identification to improved screenings of radioactive material to aid border security personnel.
StartPad Company Critical Arc Launches SafeZone Pilot at UOW
Critical Arc Launched their SafeZone product which turns your SmartPhone into a Blue Security Phone.
Gong Techies Create Next New Gadget
Read about LimeRocket, one of StartPad’s residents, in this Illawarra Mercury article.
UOW Bowel Caner Treatment Patented in Europe
A novel formulation for the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer, developed by UOW researchers, has been granted patent rights by the European Patent Office - speeding up the process of converting research into widely available products.