Innovation and Commercialisation Services

Collaborate to innovate and build your competitive advantage.

We have extensive experience connecting industry, entrepreneurs, investors and government with our research expertise, infrastructure and workforce solutions.

Available technologies

Our commercialisation experts can connect you with intellectual property from the world-class researchers at the University of Adelaide. We have a range of technologies available for licensing and investment.

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Business Development

We facilitate seamless connections between your business, and our research and teaching expertise to deliver results. 

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We grow research-intensive strategic partnerships with government, academia and industry that drive long-term value. 

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Support for researchers

The Researcher Portal provides resources and services for University of Adelaide staff including:

  • Research project support (pre-award, post-award, project initiation and management)
  • Commercialisation and IP advice
  • Working with partners
  • Ethics & Compliance
  • Research systems & tools.

Latest News

Environment and green technology projects funded

Early-career researchers working to address global environment and climate-change issues were among the 10 University of Adelaide projects awarded as part of the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Early Career Research Award scheme.

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Prestigious awards recognise medical technological innovation

Cutting-edge medical research carried out at the University of Adelaide has been awarded prizes for excellence in the prestigious 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes. Two projects won awards for innovative medical imaging techniques to help treat children with cystic fibrosis and for the improved diagnosis of endometriosis using artificial intelligence.



Life-changing medical research funded

More than $3.4 million has been awarded to the University of Adelaide from the Federal Government's Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF), for two projects that will aim to address the health needs of children and will examine suicide prevention.