The Newcastle Innovation Business Development Team provides a range of services to commercial partners of the University of Newcastle.
Strategically positioned to access the University of Newcastle's state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, Newcastle Innovation provides businesses with value-added solutions to their research and technology challenges. We also assist companies build lasting partnerships with the University and leverage the considerable research expertise within the institution.
Examples of our research and development capabilities, expertise and specialist services are outlined below. In addition, the depth of innovation that transfers knowledge and expertise into commercial products is demonstrated in the investment opportunities available to commercial partners.
Contact our team to discuss how we can assist your business.
Bioinformatics is a knowledge area dedicated to developing tools to analyse the growing amounts of data generated by health and biomedical research. These disciplines increasingly rely on the analysis of large and complex datasets.... Read more
The University of Newcastle is positioned at the forefront of nutraceuticals, dietary supplements and functional foods research. Leveraging a multi-disciplinary research team in Respiratory Medicine, Cardiology, Nutrition and Dietetics,... Read more
Led by Professor Paul Foster and Professor Peter Gibson, the University of Newcastle's Center for Asthma and Respiratory Disease has the necessary infrastructure and critical mass required for rigorous experimentation and... Read more
Evidence based medicine is currently used to manage chronic pain i.e. each individual’s clinical management is based on the outcomes from other people. The flaw in this approach is that pain and response to treatment is highly... Read more
Research has shown that children who are the product of assisted reproduction therapy (ART), stand a 30 to 40 per cent increased risk of suffering from birth defects such as congenital malformation and imprinting disorders such as... Read more
The research team have identified functional connections between multiple miRNA expressions and inflammatory conditions including asthma and COPD. Preliminary data suggests that targeting miRNA in the airways may lead to anti-... Read more