Physical Sciences success stories
Kite Magnetics has received $1.85m to progress ground-breaking electric motor technology.
Maple Glass, a Monash startup company, is developing affordable glass 3D printing technology with the use of glass waste and recycling processes that will expand the reuse of glass in industrial applications.
Spin-out: Monash researchers have invented a method that uses an electrochemical process to produce ammonia by reducing nitrogen extracted from the air and combining it with hydrogen extracted from water, with power provided by renewable electricity.
Spin-out: Additive Assurance is a Monash spin-out company created to commercialise a novel in-situ monitoring tool for metal 3D printing.
Woodside Monash Energy Partnership
Through a long-term research partnership, the Woodside Monash Energy Partnership is finding a sustainable path to a lower-carbon economy.
Spin-out: KASPR Datahaus provides real-time information about the world’s internet infrastructure, by collecting over 3.8 billion measurements from over 400 million geo-referenced internet end-points every day.
2D Water Pty Ltd
Spin-out: In response to the increasing scarcity of fresh water, Monash researchers have developed new membranes for desalination and water purification, with significantly improved functionality and energy efficiency.
Public Transport Victoria
Public Transport Research Group, led by Monash University and Public Transport Victoria, is well equipped to take on strategic studies and operational issues from the perspective of public transport users, providers and the wider community.
Monash Food Innovation
Monash Food Innovation offers a range of support to businesses in the food industry and deep technical expertise in areas such as food chemistry, packaging design and food ethics.
Spin-out: Monash researchers have invented a cost-effective and scalable way to split graphite into microscopic sheets and introduce ions or molecules between the layers to form a stable graphene gel that can then be converted into a number of useful products.
PACIA – Chemicals and Plastics Industry Training Program
The Chemicals and Plastics program aims to prepare PhD graduates for a career in the chemical industry, jump starting opportunities for global investment, innovation, productivity, job creation and economic growth.
Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research (ISCRR)
ISCRR has conducted major research in a range of areas including the long-term recovery outcomes for people with traumatic brain injury, the role GPs play in injured workers returning to work, and the impact of stressful compensation claims on recovery times.
Ionic Industries is Australia’s first company focused on the commercialisation of graphene technologies. Ongoing research collaboration with Monash University has resulted in a number of novel materials/products of potential commercial value.
4D Medical (ASX:4DX)
Spin-out: Four-dimensional x-ray imaging technology developed by Monash Engineering is providing state-of-the-art, non-invasive ways of understanding real time lung motion and airflow.
Amaero International (ASX:3DA)
Spin-out: Amaero manufactures large format complex metal components in Melbourne, Adelaide and California and is well positioned to provide 3D manufacturing services to a global customer base.
Spin-out: AquaHydrex water splitting technologies are the culmination of years of research that's now fundamentally redesigned water electrolysis to create an ideal platform for producing Green Hydrogen.