Partner with AIBN

We partner with companies and governments to develop commercially-viable solutions that make a positive global impact – partnerships driven by intellect, entrepreneurship and commerciality

AIBN was established to help translate science into solutions for problems industry, government and the community cannot solve.

We make it easier and faster for our partners to get to market with solutions that work.

We bridge the gap between the problems our partners face and the solutions they need for commercial success – by taking solutions from the laboratory bench to large-scale manufacturing.

Rich with know-how and intellectual property that has the potential to alleviate current problems in health, energy and the bioeconomy. We have extensive research capabilities combined with a unique and comprehensive suite of facilities available to industrial research communities throughout Australia.

 

Research and Partnerships team

Lorine Wilkinson
Reseach Partnerships Manager

 +61 (0)7 334 63157 
+61 (0) 407 666 231
E   l.wilkinson@uq.edu.au

Margaret Bernard
Reseach Partnerships Manager

T +61 (0)7 334 63945
E margaret.bernard@uq.edu.au

  partner@aibn.uq.edu.au 

Trusted, long-term partnerships are central to our ethos

Working together we can alleviate human health and environmental problems on a global scale.

Over the past 20 years we have created significant commercialisation opportunities for the University of Queensland and our commercial and government partners in multiple industries.

Our partners rely on us to create serious solutions for their most serious of problems – and we deliver for local, national and international companies including Intel, Unilever, Dow, Cook Medical, Pharma Synth, Boeing, Australian Red Cross, Anteo Diagnostics, Alere, Virgin, Toshiba, CSL, Global Life Solutions Australia, Calysta, Azafaros, Graphene Manufacturing Group.

We are also working closely with the Australian and State Governments to help shape and create Australia’s next wave of manufacturing.

 

Our Partners

We are also working closely with the Australian and State Governments to help shape and create Australia’s next wave of manufacturing.