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Round 6 recipients for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Seven businesses, in partnership with four universities across Queensland, will share in a total of $325,000. The funding will enable these small and medium sized enterprises to bring a graduate into their business to work on an innovative project designed to grow their business.

Recipient Knowledge Based Partner Funding Offered by State to business (excl GST) Project Summary
Bioproton Pty. Ltd. Queensland University of Technology $47,000.00 Developing an innovative bioprocess to produce astaxanthin in Phaffia rhodozyma for animal feed supplementation.
Biarri Optimisation Pty Ltd The University of Queensland $50,000.00 Optimisation of an Airport Ground Staff Roster system utilising a mathematical engine to capture the needs and desires of staffs allowing flexibility in shifts to ensure a healthy work-life balance.
Ultra Coral Australia Pty Ltd James Cook University $50,000.00 Develop new varieties  of corals with features highly sought after by the marine aquarium industry through a cross breeding programs.
Agapeflows Pty Ltd James Cook University $50,000.00 Create an integrated online platform for multi-disciplinary allied health professionals to provide evidence-based digital health support and services.
Mindstar Enterprises Pty Ltd University of the Sunshine Coast $50,000.00 Develop and evaluate a conceptual framework and concierge service to better connect clients with Mindstar's evidence-based online wellbeing programs.
QLD OZTAG Group INC. University of the Sunshine Coast $28,000.00 Improve uptake of females Oztag games participants across junior, seniors and community sport teams through a series of marketing engagement strategies.
Synengco Pty Ltd Queensland University of Technology $50,000.00 Improve user experience and human computer interaction design for Synengco’s Sentinent System, a real-time monitoring and optimisation platform.
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Last updated
5 July, 2017

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