At Flinders University, curiosity is our compass and ambition our companion, as we push beyond the familiar to achieve the extraordinary.
Explore the many ways we can work with you to create new pathways for innovation, value creation and growth, and provide access to research, resources and know-how to expand your thinking and business.
Flinders New Venture Institute (NVI) is the centre of innovation and entrepreneurship at Flinders and, for industry, it is the door to all that Flinders has to offer ensuring creativity, innovation and entrepreneurial thinking is at the core of everything you do.
See how we can help you stand out from the crowd.
The Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) supports the development of cutting-edge medical devices through unique collaborations between researchers, industry, end-users and government.
The program coordinates the efforts of key stakeholders and paves the way for the development of prototypes, proof of concept and/or commercialisation planning for potential Australian medical device products. We have a particular focus on finding solutions for clinicians, the ageing and the disabled.
"The MDPP is possibly the best model for fostering University-Industry collaboration that I have encountered in an Australian University."
Dr Steven Farrugia, Vice President, Technology - ResMed Ltd
Flinders at Tonsley co-locates expertise in computer science, engineering and mathematics together with the Flinders Medical Device Research Institute and the Centre for Nanoscale Science and Technology, alongside some of Adelaide’s biggest businesses and key industries.
It's also our hub for entrepreneurs and future employers who are creating next generation start-ups through the Flinders New Venture Institute.
Associate Professor Tania Leiman
Dean of Law, Co-founder, Flinders Blockchain Alliance,
Member, Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative
College of Business, Government and Law
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