Viclink's new companies and brands create impact for the community
Revolutionary NMR and MRI spectrometers born out of world class research between Massey University TWTH University Germany, and Victoria University of Wellington.
Avalia Immunotherapies is a Viclink company, committed to developing advanced immunotherapies to support rapid and effective treatment of cancer and other diseases.
AuramerBio is our newest startup - an aptamer development company specialising in the translation of aptamer science into analytical tools and diagnostic assays.
Accent develops educators and educational organisations in New Zealand with its School Support programme, and ELTO, an english training programme for foreign officals.
Swibo formed in the 2013-14 Victoria Entrepreneur Bootcamp and are in the process of taking their gamified physiotherapy product Tilt to international markets.
Pacific Biosecurity is a non-profit organisation collaborating with regional and in-country partners to enhance conservation and pest / invasive species management throughout the Pacific.
EdPotential is web-based software that enables schools to inquire into their assessment data, analyse it to identify gaps and strengths, and then act to target solutions that improve student achievement
As the inventors of the World first customisable retail hologram, ‘HoloSpace‘, Point Zero can build any custom hologram experience for your business or organisation from the ground up.
Dream•flux is an exciting new technology providing seamless blending of digital contents with real-world footage by generating realistic lighting and enables real-time rendering and interaction.
An early stage startup based around CloudSpec - a unique UV-VIS spectrophotometer. It is the only instrument of its kind that can quantitatively measure absorption spectra of "turbid" liquids.
Bootcamp 2016-17 Alumni Jacinta and Miranda started Dignity to enhance workplace well-being and address poor access to sanitary items for students in high schools that are in financial hardship.
StudySpy was created during 2015/2016 Victoria Entrepreneur Bootcamp. They empower the students of Aotearoa by making tertiary information available, transparent and easily discoverable.
Viclink's Accent Learning has the New Zealand licence for KiVa, a Finnish anti-bulling programme that is proving to be effective in New Zealand schools.
A cancer diagnostics company, combining an ultrasensitive magnetic probe, developed by the University of South Australia, with Boutiq’s iron core nanoparticle tracers.
This early stage startup is field testing a system of low cost highly accurate GPS enabled sensors that allow continuous monitoring of landslide movement.
Approved as a treatment for Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma, the active ingredient was first synthesised by the Ferrier Research Institute then licenced to Mundipharma via Biocryst.
Wetox was started up to dispose of wastewater sludge more efficiently, cost effectively and in a more environmentally friendly manner using technology developed at Victoria University of Wellington.
After years of successful co-development, Ravensdown now offer Victoria University of Wellington's on-farm modelling tool LUCI as part of their integrated environmental services.
The NZHIH is a partnership between three DHBs: Auckland, Canterbury and Counties Manukau. Viclink provide the commercialisation expertise to take the ideas to market.
ManNAc is the first committed biological precursor of N-acetylneuraminic acid (Neu5Ac, sialic acid). The compound is licensed to NZ Pharmaceuticals to manufacture in large quantities.