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Boosting food safety

Inhibit Coatings Ltd[https://www.inhibitcoatings.com/]—a business spun out of Victoria University of Wellington research that has the potential to help prevent Listeria contamination during food production—recently completed a $1.5 million capital raise....

Game changer for ammonia production

Viclink is helping to commercialise a new way of synthesising ammonia that potentially has global environmental benefits.    The discovery—made by researchers from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington—could lead to more...

Ch-ch-changes

Viclink’s recent signing of another three-year contract with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT)—to provide English Language Training for Officials (NZELTO)[https://www.accent.ac.nz/elto-home] from Southeast Asia, Mongolia and Africa—marks nearly thirty years...

Giving kids confidence to learn language

Viclink is helping Victoria University of Wellington researchers to develop a world-leading programme aimed at giving multilingual pre-schoolers the confidence and tools to improve their language skills.     Known as the Wellington...

Two halves make a whole approach to commercialisation

A newly created half-and-half role—shared between the Research Office and Viclink—reflects a first-of-its-kind approach to commercialising Victoria University of Wellington’s research.   Dr Nicole van der Laak (pictured, centre) took on the...

The year that was

As 2019 draws to a close, it’s time once again to reflect on how we’ve continued to support the University to create tangible impact—both locally and internationally—from our academics’ and...

Introducing Wellington UniVentures

We're pleased to announce some exciting news!   You currently know us as Viclink, but from mid-February 2020, we’ll be known by our new name – Wellington UniVentures. We have invested a...

Having impact across a wide spectrum

Helping young children and families living with autism is not something that people might readily associate with Viclink, yet it’s all in a day’s work for the team, as Gary...

A young approach to age old problems

“There’s no problem so great it can’t be solved” — Barbara Coloroso   Living up to this belief, the teams from Viclink’s latest Victoria Entrepreneur Bootcamp[http://www.vicbootcamp.co.nz/] intake are working to solve a...

Viclink coordinates e-Government delegation from India

In November 2019, we were delighted to welcome a group of 25 senior level officials working in India’s e-Government sector to Wellington, to take part in a programme of learning...

A measured approach to clean energy

A global effort is underway to unlock a virtually limitless source of pollution-free energy—and Viclink is supporting the Victoria University of Wellington researchers who are playing a pivotal role.   Researchers at...

Detecting success

A joint venture established in 2016 between the University of South Australia (UniSA), Victoria University of Wellington and Viclink is taking another major step forward as it moves to help...