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Commercialisation

Office Location:

Level 2, BD Building,
4 Research Park Drive,
Macquarie University, NSW 2109


Visitors are welcome however an appointment is preferred. Please submit an online enquiry, or call either Warren or Bel to arrange a suitable time. Parking on campus can be arranged if required. We are also located close to the Macquarie University railway station, on the Northern (Epping) line.

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Located in the Macquarie University Research Park, the Commercialisation team is managed by Warren Bailey. Business Development Managers are based in each Faculty to facilitate research partnerships, assist researchers with grant applications and apply a business perspective to Faculty Research projects.

 

 

Value of:
Enterprise Partnerships
Value of:
Commercialisation

Research partnerships ensure our research is relevant to industry and government demands.

Our aim is to encourage more focused research activity by moving from a research-push towards a market-pull position. This will result in increased efficiency and repeat business.

As a result Macquarie has set targets aimed at diversifying our funding and strengthening our connections with private industry.

News: Pilot Research Grant

To help get your partnerships off the ground, research staff are invited to apply for a Pilot Research Grant under the Enterprise Partnerships Scheme. The grants are for 1 year only and we will match dollar-for-dollar cash contributions from the enterprise partner up to $50,000.

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Commercialisation is an efficient means of transferring the results of our research from the University sector to the business or government sectors.

At a specific point in the research process the commercial potential of the research is established and a decision has to be made as to whether intellectual property (IP) protection is required.

The successful commercialisation of a product or service enhances both the University and the inventors reputations within the community and amongst their peers and if it becomes profitable, both parties benefit financially.

A commercial invention can be defined as any product or service that can be protected by law and is potentially profitable for those who develop it sufficiently to sell.