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The Sydney Knowledge Hub has already attracted an array of innovative start-ups, non-profits, and corporates that want to use the space as their primary place of work.

Our members

Archer Materials is an ASX-listed materials technology company developing and integrating materials in quantum computing hardware, biotechnology, and lithium ion batteries.

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BCAL Diagnostics is developing and commercialising a universal screening test for early detection of breast cancer by analysing lipids in the blood.  Their mission is to develop a breast cancer test that can help women and is accessible to women everywhere.

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Bioscout are the field leaders in airborne disease tracking and providers of meaningful data, maps and models. BioScout’s integrated system is able to deliver tailored industry solutions to large-scale disease problems. 

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Carapac is a sustainable, durable and home compostable plastic alternative made from crustacean food waste.

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CHUR is a full stack software development company specialising in WiFi services, tracking and big data marketing. This is based on human behavior utilising technologies including machine learning, AI and advanced in-house algorithms with offices in three countries.

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DetectED X is a powerful, personalised, on-line radiology training and research tool that is available world-wide and has been successfully tested in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Middle East, US and Europe.​

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Digital Health CRC is all about partnerships – we bring together a multidisciplinary, collaborative taskforce made up of people from research, clinical, industry, government and educational organisations. Our mission is to improve the quality of healthcare for all, through evidence.

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We research which design choices for AI-driven decision-making systems will lead to more ethical decisions, apply the research findings to assist organisations to deploy Ethical AI Systems, train people responsible for operating such systems, shape policy so it is informed by the latest research findings, and contribute to the public understanding of AI.

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Inspiring Australia NSW develops influential networks that connect science and engineering researchers to big audiences. In collaboration with hundreds of statewide partners, they create memorable and engaging events and programs to inspire communities with science and to promote the work of scientific researchers and engineers.

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James Rabeau and Louise Brown are co-founders of LuciGem who are developing nanotechnology to securely tag and detect high-value items in a range of areas from defence and finance to luxury goods and museum pieces. LuciGem is currently in the process of developing their first ‘track-and-trace’ ID prototype.

Plasmaleap uses atmospheric plasma to replace our use of chemicals, for water, food & agricultural applications. They are also using plasma for energy & CO2 conversion.

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The Sydney Quantum Academy (SQA) aims to catalyse and support the development of a quantum economy. An innovative, collaborative model that draws on the combined expertise of four universities, it will play a central role in education, industry development, talent, investment attraction and promote an understanding of the implications of quantum technology.

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The Product Makers (TPM) is an international flavour company that develops, supports and innovates across the food and beverage market. The team creates natural flavours plus a range of healthy bioactive ingredients using a polyphenol-rich plant extract that is high in natural antioxidants and nutrients.

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Trofica is an impact-driven urban farming business with a vision to create resilient food supplies with reduced environmental impacts. Trofica embraces the latest technology in algorithmic intelligence, process automation and industrial internet of things (IIoT) applied to controlled environment agriculture, including vertical farms and greenhouses. Trofica presents innovative products and solutions that enable the sustainable transformation of traditionally wasted nutrients into new foods and bio-products

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VirtuPharma is building a cloud-based platform for remote access and operation of state-of-the art complex scientific instruments within regulatory accreditation. Their initiative enables labs seeking complex instrumentation and highly specialised skills to search, book and operate in a cloud-based environment.

They have an Australian provisional patent, partnership in progress with the University of Sydney, strong team of experts and already registered members with us.

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