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ITEK Welcomes New Investee Companies

ITEK Welcomes New Investee Companies

Monday, 11 August 2014. ITEK has added two new companies to its investment portfolio: AbRegen Heliostat-SA

ITEK deal with Hyflux featured in in-business

ITEK deal with Hyflux featured in in-business

Friday, 18 July 2014. ITEK's recent deal with Hyflux is featured in the in-business article 'UniSA teams up with Singaporean company'.

State Government Press Release on Venture Catalyst

State Government Press Release on Venture Catalyst

Thursday, 17 July 2014. Venture Catalyst is the focus of a recent press release from the Governmnet of South Australia: 'New initiative to support student entrepreneurs'.

The LEAD reports on ITEK's licence deal with Hyflux

The LEAD reports on ITEK's licence deal with Hyflux

Thursday, 17 July 2014. ITEK's recent deal with Hyflux was reported in the LEAD article 'New water treatment technology goes global'.

Venture Catalyst in the LEAD

Venture Catalyst in the LEAD

Wednesday, 16 July 2014. Venture Catalyst is featured in the LEAD article 'Venture Catalyst turns entrepreneurial students in to business leaders'.

UniSA Ventures Press Release: Water treatment technology goes global

UniSA Ventures Press Release: Water treatment technology goes global

Tuesday, 15 July 2014. The University of South Australia’s commercialisation company UniSA Ventures Pty Ltd has entered into an exclusive licence agreement with Hyflux International Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore-based Hyflux Ltd, to apply and eventually commercialise its unique...

Venture Catalyst in the UniSA News

Venture Catalyst in the UniSA News

Tuesday, 15 July 2014. The July edition of the UniSA News talks about the Venture Catalyst program in their write-up 'Wanted: Adelaide’s next student entrepreneur'. ITEK is playing a lead role in driving the initiative at UniSA.

Apply Now for the Hills Young Innovator Award

Apply Now for the Hills Young Innovator Award

Friday, 11 July 2014. Apply Now for the Hills Young Innovator Award

Researchers find better way to detect spread of cancer

Researchers find better way to detect spread of cancer

Thursday, 12 June 2014. UniSA researchers have developed a new technology to detect the spread of cancer in the body, providing surgeons with more accurate information and offering patients a better standard of care. Using magnetic tracers instead of radioactive agents, Future Industries Institute...

Illicit drug testing gets more sophisticated

Illicit drug testing gets more sophisticated

Tuesday, 10 June 2014. Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed innovative ‘lab-on-a-chip’ drug testing technology which could transform police roadside and workplace drug testing. The technology works by detecting illicit drugs directly from saliva, as well as illicit drugs...