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Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation
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Michael Cardew-Hall - ANU - Commercialisation of world class research and innovation

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Michael Cardew-Hall delivered the presentation at 2014 Higher Education Summit. …

Michael Cardew-Hall delivered the presentation at 2014 Higher Education Summit.

The 2014 Higher Education Summit discussed the post reform tertiary sector, considering some of the key challenges posed to the Australian University at a time of political change and rapid innovation in service delivery. The discussion ranged from university structures, planning and strategy to governance, funding and innovation and excellence in teaching and learning and research.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.highereducationsummit.com.au/2014event

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  • 1. Commercialisation of World Class Research Professor Michael Cardew-Hall Pro-Vice Chancellor (Innovation and Advancement) The Australian National University INNOVATION -“ideas effectively applied” Innovation ANU
  • 2. 2 “ The Government expects universities and research organisations to be ‘open for business’, inventing, patenting and commercialising more. If you aren’t applying your research to the real world, think about how to let others do it. The industry and the research sector should work together to solve problems and adapt to change.” The Hon Ian Macfarlane MP Minister for Industry Science meets Parliament – 18th March 2014 Why Innovation?
  • 3. Why Innovation - University Show Relevance Show Benefit Grow Scale Engagement Opportunities Influence National Research Agendas Raise Profile Innovation ANU Income Generation
  • 4. 4 Why Innovation – Business & Industry
  • 5. 5 Internal Barriers Culture academic vs business 3 years vs 3 months Values pure vs applied publish vs patent compete vs collaborate Relationships grant cycle vs relationship building academic networking vs external networking
  • 6. 6 Innovation EcoSystem Local International National
  • 7. 7 Strategies to Engage Start up / License SMEs Global Corporates
  • 8. 8 Challenges Start up / License SMEs Global Corporates Identifying ideas - disclosure Developing to investable state Identifying business model Identifying partner Business skills/management Funding PoC, Seed, Venture Business Development Small, even the mediums Innovation laggers or Way out leaders Lean – lack of absorptivecapacity Shorter term focus Part of supply chain Large complex organisation Management of relationship Local vs Parent Budget cycles Jurisdictions Cultural Differences
  • 9. 9 Strategies/Programs Start up / License Capability Examples Identifying ideas - disclosure Developing to investable state Identifying business model Identifying partner Business skills/management Funding PoC, Seed, Venture Business Development Critical mass of expertise Faculty focused BDMs IP management Entrepreneurship education Business planning competitions Proof of Concept Funds Seed Venture Funds Co-working space Incubators Accelerator program Business mentors networks Precincts & Hubs TTO & ANU Enterprise Boot camps and seminars Innovation ACT Discovery Translation Fund (DTF) Entry 29 – Co-working Griffin Accelerator ANU Connect Ventures Capital Angels ATPi - Incubator CBR Innovation Network Mt Stromlo Space precinct Black Mtn Eco-systems precinct
  • 10. 10 Strategies/Programs Capability Examples Access to students Internships Access IP Knowledge Transfer Partnerships Consultancies Sponsored research Collaborative research Facility access Clusters & networks Open Innovation Precincts ANU Edge Advisory committees Linkage grants Ford - STAMP CRCs Scholarships CBR Innovation network Open access IP Engineering internship program Mt Stromlo Space precinct Black Mtn Eco-systems precinct SMEs Small, even the mediums Innovation laggers or Way out leaders Lean – lack of absorptive capacity Shorter term focus
  • 11. 11 Strategies/Programs Capability Examples Strategic Partnership program Industry networks Research Consortium Innovation Labs Sponsored research Fellowships Internships Showcase Local representation European Photonics Industry Oil & Gas Consortium AusBio/Bio Europe Tech Connect US Office - network ANU SPP Global Corporates Large complex organisation Management of relationship Local vs Parent Budget cycles Jurisdictions Cultural Differences
  • 12. 12 Case Study Digital Rock Technology
  • 13. 13 Micro CT technology
  • 14. 14 Digicore Research Consortium BG BP Conoco EOG FEI JOGMEC Maersk OMV ONGC Petronas PetroBras Primarily in field of oil/gas but inclusive of all materials research. Conventionals, Unconventionals, Carbon Capture & Storage • A joint industry consortium • Established 2006 • Subscription membership • >$1M in untied funding pa Members Shell Total Whiting Saudi Aramco ExxonMobil Chevron Schlumberger Baker Hughes Abu Dhabi Onshore BHP
  • 15. 15
  • 16. 16 Digitalcore Pty Ltd 2009 Company founded ANU, UNSW and Researchers seed fund ($2.5M) Prof Mark Knackstedt (CTO) and Dr Victor Pantano (GM) on leave from ANU Lab and office space on ANU campus 2010 Technology recognised Mark Knackstedt, ENI Award 2011 New Investment ANUCV, ANU Enterprise, ACVL , ANU and founders invest $3M – pre money $10M Move to off campus office – Labs on campus Collaborative research projects with ANU 2012 Growth ANU/UNSW/Digitalcore jointly won Eureka Award In top 60 Australian Start-ups 2013 Merger to create Lithicon New Investment Merge with Numerical Rocks AS New investment ($10M) – combined pre money $24m 2014 Lithicon acquired by FEI Company sold to FEI for $76M Deliver digital rock services to Oil and Gas Industry
  • 17. 17 Total Returns Financial - Sale $11M to ANU, $4M to researchers and founders On-going License License to MicroCT technology out of field of oil & gas Funded collaborative research Ongoing 3 way client research projects and new technology projects HQ and technical base HQ, Research and technology base moved to Canberra Internships Engineering & science interns Increasing employment Strategic partnership Pathway for other technologies/IP
  • 18. 18 Great Outcome !
  • 19. 19 Why Innovation - University Show Relevance Show Benefit Grow Scale Engagement Opportunities Influence National Research Agendas Raise Profile Innovation ANU Income Generation

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