6 teams have been selected to take part in the SPARK Melbourne program which will see them receive tailored mentoring, advice and networking as well as milestone funding over the next two years.
SPARK Sydney was officially launched last week, welcoming 10 teams to the program with a talk by special guest, Prof Daria Mochly Rosen (co-founder and co-director of SPARK Stanford).
During their Master’s by coursework degree in 2014, postgraduate students Anantdeep Kaur and Buket Demirci worked together on Buket’s idea to design a novel rapid, non-invasive test for coeliac disease
Australian biomedical innovation training programs have been recognised on a global stage, with Team Australia invited by the founders of the Stanford SPARK program to present at the SPARK Global meeting in Berlin, Germany.
PhD student, Anqi Li has been selected to take part in the prestigious SPARK Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship training course in Berlin, Germany this month.
Six teams of flourishing biomedical innovators at the Monash Institute of Medical Engineering (MIME) have this month begun the process of turning their world-class research into real world medical devices and diagnostics.