Incubators for UNE and UniAdelaide

Industry Minister Karen Andrews has announced $2m for six new start-up incubators, two with HE homes. The University of Adelaide’s ThincLab, “the place where unconventional thinkers can give their ideas an unfair advantage,” has money for start-ups to expand into Asia and Europe, presumably via ThincLab’s Singapore and French offices.  UNE is funded for its agriculture technology gateway project.


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