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Innovation

Accelerating Deep Tech Business

Date
Fri 20 May at 11.30am - Fri 20 May at 3.00pm
Cost
Free
Venue In-person & online options
In-person: nandin Innovation Centre, ANSTO Lucas Heights
Online: webinar
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Bringing together science leaders, deep tech entrepreneurs, academic partners and national organisations, this in-person and online event will be an opportunity to hear from, and connect with, those who embrace challenge-based innovation and collaboration. 

Meet four deep tech experts and hear how researchers, start-ups, education and government are collaborating to ensure Australia maximises this deep tech opportunity. 

  • Join a live dynamic panel discussion discussing the opportunities and challenges facing deep tech businesses across fields such as health, space, energy, the environment and advanced manufacturing. 
  • Network with people who are also exploring how government, industry and science research and work together to make the most of Australia’s deep tech strengths. 
  • Stay for a tour of ANSTO’s world-class science facilities including the OPAL reactor, the Centre for Accelerator Science and the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering. 

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Innovation series panelists

Meet our panellists

ShanShan Wang is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Roam Technologies. She formed Roam Technologies in 2014 to enhance people’s quality of life through novel health technologies.


Director, Innovation & Commercialisation at ANSTO, Dr Tim Boyle is the responsible officer and founder of the nandin Innovation Centre, a deep technology centre for commercialisation, experimentation, and entrepreneurial learning.


Annie Parker,  Executive Director Tech Central at Greater Sydney Commission has over 20 years' experience in the digital startup, technology and consulting sectors. Annie was recognised by the Australian Financial Review as one of the 100 Women of Influence in Australia for 2018.


Murray Hurps is the Director of Entrepreneurship for UTS, leading the work of the University to inspire and support technology-enabled entrepreneurs.

 

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