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Innovation is everything - it holds the key to greater security, sustainability, health and wealth. More than simply recognising this, the University of Adelaide lives and breathes it. If you're ready to grow through innovation, you won't find a more capable partner.

We currently partner with over 400 businesses on research and consulting projects helping them address new opportunities, solve unique problems and grow.

The Innovation and Commercial Partners Branch has extensive experience connecting industry, entrepreneurs, investors and government with our research expertise, infrastructure and workforce solutions.

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We can help you deliver workforce solutions by connecting you with the University's world-class research and teaching capabilities. Explore our technology portfolio, or speak to us about partnership opportunities.

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We're here to support University of Adelaide staff with commercial activities. Talk to us about research contracts and consultancy agreements, partnerships, intellectual property and commercialising your research.


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