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The Australian National University's researchers are continually developing new innovations from a range of disciplines, many of which are available for licensing by industry for further research and development.

Our aim is to disseminate the University's world-class research for academic, scientific and commercial benefit.

We are interested in licensing ANU technologies to the right partners and we welcome you to get in touch to learn more about our current opportunities and innovative researchers.

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Active Noise Control Systems »

Researchers at ANU have developed integrated active noise control (ANC) solutions for complex noise problems and are designing cost-effective,...
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Advanced Instrumentation Technology Centre »

The Advanced Instrumentation Technology Centre (AITC) is a new precision manufacturing and test facility. It provides increased capability in the...

Droplet lenses »

By harnessing the natural shape of water droplets, ANU researcher Dr Steve Lee has invented a new way to make microscope lenses capable of...

HIV vaccine therapeutic & prophylactic »

ANU researchers have developed two novel HIV vaccines which dramatically improve both mucosal and systemic immunity in animal models when compared to...

Hydroxyapatite coatings for titanium implants »

Researchers at ANU have developed a novel one-step manufacturing process that produces a highly osseointegrative, robust hydroxyapatite coating that...

Laser-assisted tape placement of thermoplastic composites »

ANU researchers have developed a method for processing thermoplastic materials using a laser-assisted tape placement system. Background The...
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Mental Health Guru »

ANU researchers have a high-quality, web-based staff induction program designed to increase mental health knowledge, decrease stigma and encourage...

Mutations in the SAL1 gene confers drought tolerance in plants »

ANU researchers have discovered that mutations in the SAL1 gene confer improved stress resistance, including drought tolerance, in mutant plants....
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Pristine graphene »

Researchers from ANU have developed a technique of graphene extraction that represents an improvement on currently known methods in terms of yield,...

Radical orbital switching »

A new technique pioneered at ANU has potential to extend free radical polymerisation to reactions requiring temperatures and conditions in which...

Renewable hydrogen fuel generation »

Researchers from ANU have unlocked key aspects of the Oxygen-Evolving Complex in plants, identifying the specific water molecules that are converted...

SAL1-PAP Technology: Novel Agrochemical Control of Stress Signalling Pathways for Enhanced Stress Tolerance »

Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have developed a novel method to regulate key plant stress responses such as stomatal closure...

SLIVER: Ultra-thin, lightweight bifacial silicon solar cells »

Researchers from the University's Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems have invented and developed SLIVER™ technology, which produces thin, bifacial...
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Support stand for brass instruments »

Researchers at the ANU have designed a support stand to alleviate a specific cause of overuse strain in professional and recreational musicians by...

Transferable high performance nanofilms for self-cleaning »

ANU researchers have developed a multi-layered film system with applications as transferable superhydrophobic and superhydrophilic coatings....

Ultra-short coherent pulses in the mid infrared »

ANU researchers have developed a technique for generating ultra-short pulses. The process uses a high gain optical parametric amplifier where the...