nandin is ANSTO’s Innovation Centre where science and technology entrepreneurs, startups and graduates meet industry expertise to experiment, co-create, innovate, and commercialise, creating new jobs in the high-growth industries of tomorrow.
Hear from our most recent addition to the nandin Innovation Centre, Tomonori Hu, Founder and CEO of Miriad.
Two startups supported by the nandin Innovation Centre at ANSTO have hit the ground running in 2021 securing major opportunities from state governments to see their businesses thrive.
ANSTO is expanding its global connections, with the nandin Innovation Centre joining an international network created to increase cross industry collaboration and co-creation.
A 'Challenge-Based Innovation' platform at the nandin Innovation Centre is progressing as part of a funding package from the NSW Government and a Memorandum of Understanding with Swinburne University of Technology and Design Factory Melbourne (DFM).
The NSW Government will invest $12.5 million to support the expansion of the Innovation Precinct at the Lucas Heights campus of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO).
Jobs supported through the nandin Innovation Centre at ANSTO have skyrocketed 360 per cent since opening, with member businesses raising more than $3.9 million in capital, in a major boost for the local Sutherland Shire economy.
The nandin Innovation Centre and Southern Sydney Innovation Network are excited to host Dr Tiffany Vora, Expert and Vice Chair Digital Biology and Medicine at Singularity University, for two presentations on Diversity and Inclusion and Biotech, along with an interview with DR KC Huang.
We want the curious, the bold, the bright and the adventurous to join us as we expand our globally recognised innovation precinct.
Carol Azzam Mackay is the Design Innovation Associate at nandin, ANSTO’s Innovation Centre.
His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia and Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley visited ANSTO’s Innovation Centre nandin and several facilities including the OPAL multipurpose reactor this week for a tour after learning of the ANSTO-nandin win in the NASA SpaceApps COVID 19 Challenge.
The first pilot project at the Australian Synchrotron takes place following a Memorandum of Understanding between nandin and Swinburne University of Technology and Design Factory Melbourne (DFM).
ANSTO-nandin innovation hub win global hackathon challenge from NASA with COVID19 solution.
ANSTO-nandin hackathon teams have combined skills using science and business innovation in three successive events.
The 2021 intake of bright young graduates have arrived at the ANSTO Precinct at Lucas Heights and this week will commence their exciting new career to become the nation’s future leaders in STEM and innovation.
Tim Boyle is Director, Innovation & Commercialisation and Founder of the nandin Innovation Centre, ANSTO’s centre for commercialisation, design innovation and entrepreneur