New Zealand Innovation Database

Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty. Ltd

Adelaide Research & Innovation is a premier South Australian commercial research hub, facilitating access to the research and expertise of the University of Adelaide. They manage the University's commercial research and consultancy partnerships, form new business ventures based on University expertise and develop the University's innovative ideas and technologies with commercial potential.



AgResearch’s purpose is to enhance the value, productivity and profitability of New Zealand’s pastoral, agri-food and agri-technology sector value chains.



Auckland's University of Technology (AUT) is New Zealand's newest university but their history in industry-relevant education is over 110 years old.


AUT Enterprises

AUT Enterprises Limited (AUTEL) is the commercialisation arm of the Auckland University of Technology and works with the University’s research community to realise the full commercial potential of their ideas and technologies.


Biopolymer Network

The Biopolymer Network, a New Zealand based research company, is focused on producing bio-based products and process for commercial applications


Callaghan Innovation

We create and deliver innovative products and services that enable businesses to invest more in research, science, engineering, technology and design, so that they can be more successful in the global market.


Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia's national science agency.


GNS Science

GNS Science, Te Pü Ao, is New Zealand’s leading provider of Earth, geoscience and isotope research and consultancy services.


Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited

ESR is a government owned crown research institute and provides specialist science solutions related to public health, environmental health and forensic science.



KiwiNet's purpose is to empower and enable New Zealand's public research organisations to better commercialise their ideas, intellectual property and capability to boost economic outcomes for New Zealand.