Do you have a burning problem that could be solved by a scientist?
Win a $10k grant to utilise the Melbourne Synchrotron.
South East Melbourne Innovation Partnership is proud to bring you Pitch for Beam Time pitch night on 31st October 6pm at the Eastern Innovation Business Centre.
The Prize: The winner will receive $10,000 worth of Beam time at the Australian Synchrotron in Clayton with PR delivered by Scientell for the project.
ANSTO The Australian Synchrotron is a source of powerful x-rays and infrared radiation that can be used for a wide range of scientific and technical purposes.
What has the Australian Synchrotron done for businesses like yours?
Elastagen Pty Ltd based in Sydney, NSW has developed a synthetic version of tropoelastin, a crucial component in the healing of wounds and aesthetic skin repair, making use of the Australian Synchrotron to improve their understanding of the product’s molecular structure. In February 2018, Elastagen, a spinoff of Sydney University, was acquired by Allergen Pharmaceuticals.
Laserbond Pty Ltd, a company based in Sydney, NSW is a leader in surface engineering techniques extending heavy equipment part life and reducing costs of refurbishment. The Australian Synchrotron has helped them validate their newest technologies which keep them at the forefront of this sector.
The Pitch night may not be for you, but you can still have a seat at the table!
Even if your business problem doesn’t qualify for the pitch night, you may be selected for SEMIP’s round table discussion where scientists and researchers from CSIRO, Monash University, Swinburne University and The Australian Synchrotron will meet directly with you to help solve your problem.