NSW Medical Devices Fund
The NSW State Government operated Medical Devices Fund is a competitive technology development and commercialisation program targetting developers of medtech.
NSW COVID-19 Tech Vouchers
The COVID-19 TechVoucher program provides support funding for technology-rich startups, scaleups or small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to collaborate with Publicly Funded Research Organisations (PFROs) to accelerate the commercialisation of innovative R&D products and services that address the many health and economic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN)
The NSSN is a not-for-profit Innovation Network funded by the NSW Government through the Office of the NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer. It brings together universities, industry and government to translate world-class research into innovative smart sensing solutions that create value for the economy, environment and society of NSW and beyond.
Medical Devices Partnering Program (MDPP)
The MDPP, led by Flinders University, supports inventors from research, industry and clinical settings to develop new medical devices and assistive technologies.
MTPConnect is a not-for-profit Industry Growth Centre that aims to accelerate the rate of growth of the medical technology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical (MTP) sectors in Australia. The group manages several innovation funds, including the BTB Program and the TTRA.
Biomedical Translation Bridge (BTB) Program
The BTB is a Medical Research Future Fund initiative that provides matched funding to nurture the translation of new therapies, technologies and medical devices through to the proof-of-concept stage.
Targeted Translation Research Accelerator
The TTRA will stimulate collaboration across relevant clinical, research and industry organisations to promote the clinical and commercial translation of innovative therapeutics, diagnostics, devices and digital solutions for the treatment and prevention of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Grants
CRC Grants provide funding for medium to long-term (3 years plus), industry-led research collaborations. Find out about CRC grants and how to help improve the competitiveness, productivity and sustainability of Australian industries via this portal.
Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) Grants
CRC-P Grants program provides funding for short-term (less than 3 years) research collaborations. Find out how to apply for a CRC-P Grant to develop a new technology, product or service via this portal.
Federal Government Grants Finder
If you’re doing business in Australia, this search portal will help you find grants, funding and support programs from across government.